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Georgia, Russian Empire, 1911.  The subject is wearing the traditional chokha garment worn by the men of the Caucasus. (Flickr via Wikipedia)

Georgia, Russian Empire, 1911. The subject is wearing the traditional chokha garment worn by the men of the Caucasus. (Flickr via Wikipedia)

Kaikhosro Cholokashvili AKA Kakutsa. (July 14, 1888 – June 27, 1930) was a Georgian nobleman and military commander, regarded as a National Hero of Georgia.

Kaikhosro Cholokashvili AKA Kakutsa. (July 14, 1888 – June 27, 1930) was a Georgian nobleman and military commander, regarded as a National Hero of Georgia.

Ilia Chavchavadze during his studies at the university in Saint Petersburg, 1860

Ilia Chavchavadze during his studies at the university in Saint Petersburg, 1860

Princess Nina Georgievna of Russia, (Russian: Нина Георгиевна) (20 June 1901 – 27 February 1974), was the eldest daughter of Grand Duke George Mikhailovich and Grand Duchess Maria Georgievna of Russia. A great-granddaughter of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia, she left her native country in 1914, before World War I. She married Prince Paul Chavchavadze and spent the rest of her life in exile, first in England and from 1927 in the United States.

Princess Nina Georgievna of Russia, (Russian: Нина Георгиевна) (20 June 1901 – 27 February 1974), was the eldest daughter of Grand Duke George Mikhailovich and Grand Duchess Maria Georgievna of Russia. A great-granddaughter of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia, she left her native country in 1914, before World War I. She married Prince Paul Chavchavadze and spent the rest of her life in exile, first in England and from 1927 in the United States.

Khevsur Tunic, from Khevsureti, in North Georgia -Khevsureti is an historical-ethnographic region in eastern Georgia. The Khevsur are the branch of Kartvelian (Georgian) people located along both the northern and southern slopes of the Caucasus mountains.

Khevsur Tunic, from Khevsureti, in North Georgia -Khevsureti is an historical-ethnographic region in eastern Georgia. The Khevsur are the branch of Kartvelian (Georgian) people located along both the northern and southern slopes of the Caucasus mountains.

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