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Georgia's Tumultuous Year
1. Former president Eduard Shevardnadze in his study five days after his resignation.
2. The first length of pipe in the Baku-Ceyhan pipeline is laid in Georgia.
3. Mikheil Saakashvili addresses a rally in Tbilisi.
4. 23-Nov-03. Saakashvili storms the parliament building.
5. Borjomi. A mineral water pipe.
6. The Borjomi Valley.
7. The village of Tsikhisjvari.
8. The pipeline route outside Tsikhisjvari.
9. Nikolai and Anoula Grammotopoulo.
10. Discussing the pipeline in Borjomi’s Composer’s House.
11. Saakashvili at dinner (photo by Adele Smith).
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