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Following the civil unrest in Tbilisi, on 6 January 1992, President Gamsakhurdia, with other members of his government, was forced to flee first to Armenia and then to Chechnya, where he led a form of government-in-exile for the next 18 months.

Within several days of the fighting, the main boulevard in the city, Rustaveli Avenue, was destroyed and at least 113 people were killed.

Source: www.wikipedia.org
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2013

Putsch morning, Tbilisi Civil War

Following the civil unrest in Tbilisi, on 6 January 1992, President Gamsakhurdia, with other members of his government, was forced to flee first to Armenia and then to Chechnya, where he led a form of government-in-exile for the next 18 months.

Within several days of the fighting, the main boulevard in the city, Rustaveli Avenue, was destroyed and at least 113 people were killed.

Source: www.wikipedia.org

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  • Year: Year Unknown
  • Source: burusi.wordpress.com
  • Photographer: Unknown

Right Image:

  • Year: 2013
  • Source: JumpStart Georgia
  • Photographer: Irakli Chumburidze

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