About Culture – Ethnic Georgians Living in Turkey

Communities of ethnic Georgians live in remote villages on the Turkish side of the Machakhela River, which is a trans-boundary river between Georgia and Turkey. Georgian traditions and customs still continue, including traditional wine-making.

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Photos courtesy of the President’s Administration.

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