When the Wind Blows

Mano Svanidze


In the 1950s, living conditions in Tetritskaro were dire, there was not a proper road leading to this mountain hamlet and others up on the cliffs in the region of Kvemo Kartli, in southern Georgia. The then-Soviet authorities decided then to move the population down to the plains, into a new village - Akhal Samgori. For people like Rezo and Lia, it was a new beginning.

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Digital Medium Size: 27.09 x 18.05 cm
Digital Large Size: 47.41 x 31.6 cm

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