In August 2008, war between Georgia and Russia over the breakaway region of South Ossetia started and shattered the life of thousands; hundreds were killed, while still more had to leave their homes and lost everything. The village of Tserovani, located about an hour north of the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, was built from scratch to provide a home to those families who cannot return to South Ossetia.Tserovani settlement was one of those cottage settlements that were constructed for displaced people. There are 2,000 57 square meters cottages here. Many of its roughly 8,000 residents are children, who, despite their families’...
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