Duro Kakhniashvili tells us about the favorite entertainment activity of the occupied native village, which brought Ossetians and Georgians together.

“Ossetians also came from Tskhinvali, they also wrestled… We respected each other very much… We hung posters when wrestling was held both in Tskhinvali and in the whole valley and invited everyone.” – Duro Kakhniashvili.

The video sketches were prepared for the preservation of the intangible cultural heritage of the occupied Tskhinvali region and will be posted on a specially created video portal.

The project to protect the intangible heritage of the occupied Tskhinvali region is implemented by the Georgian National Committee of the Blue Shield in partnership with the Historical and Cultural Heritage Preservation Center (HCHPC), Didi Liakhvi Valley Museum-Reserve and the Penn Cultural Heritage Center (PennCHC) with the support of the Cultural Emergency Response (CER) grant.

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