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Friendship Monument, Gudauri, Georgia, 2013.

This monument to Russian-Georgian Friendship, lonely and rundown, towers above the military highway, a feat of engineering at the time of its construction, sometime between 1799 and 1817. The road was necessary for the Russians to conquer the Caucasus. It also made it easier for the Russians to protect the Georgians against the Ottoman and Persian empires, but consequently the Georgians forfeited their independence.

From the series: An Atlas of War and Tourism in the Caucasus
Original: Medium format 6x7 cm negative film
Print technique: C-print
Print size: 80 x 96 cm. (31.5 x 37.8 in)
Mounting: Dibond
Frame: Walnut / glass

Item Price Qty Total
Total () € 127.20