The Caucasus, Mountains of Wars and Legends


A labyrinth of faith and folly. A pandemonium of peoples and forgotten languages. Where various faiths have co-existed harmoniously for centuries; a harmony that is taken for granted. The strangest and most difficult border in Europe. One that everyone would like to move as far as possible to the southeast, to feel more European. But it takes only one meter beyond the Iranian border, and no one is ashamed of not belonging to the Ancient Continent...

A labyrinth of faith and folly. A pandemonium of peoples and forgotten languages. Where various faiths have co-existed harmoniously for centuries; a harmony that is taken for granted. The strangest and most difficult border in Europe. One that everyone would like to move as far as possible to the southeast, to feel more European. But it takes only one meter beyond the Iranian border, and no one is ashamed of not belonging to the Ancient Continent…

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