Since 2009, the photographer Rob Hornstra has collaborated with the journalist Arnold van Bruggen on The Sochi Project. Over the course of five years, they visited the region which hosted the 2014 Olympic Winter Games. This seaside town in the Caucasus has been transformed by the construction of infrastructures and hotel complexes designed for the event. Near conflict zones, this destination prized by Russian vacationers has a particular climate.
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