A Song About Seven Phoka Sisters

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The tiny Georgian nunnery in Phoka is a powerful engine of social economic development for the nearby Armenian community and the entire region. Led by the charismatic and immensely creative Mother Elizabeth, the sisters are...
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Active neglect or even supression of regional dialects and languages was a necessary means of the "nation-building" process, which greatly intensified in many parts of the world in the second half of the 19th century....

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