A journey across the Caucasus inspired by Banine's Caucasian Days






"The past for me is a life that came to an end a long time ago, a half-forgotten dream, a fairy tale I heard somewhere"





"The Russians that came from the north saw the Caucasus like the French saw Morocco. For them it was a mysterious, distant and very beautiful country. It was for good reason that Russian poets wrote about the proud mountains, splendid girls and unusual customs of the Caucasus."

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