A Very Village Victory Day

What a lovely story, great work TLGers:)

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Life moves slower in the village.  There’s little sense of urgency and a great appreciation for the little things.  People are less high-strung and they seem to enjoy each other’s company more.  They stop and smell the flowers and take time to relax.  There’s a much greater sense of community.  That’s what made the Mukhrani Public School N1’s Victory Day pageantry all the more enjoyable!

Mukhrani is a small town about ten minutes outside of Mtskheta and 35 or 40 outside of Tbilisi.  There’s a sleepy feel to it, but at the same time it’s not too far from the hustle and bustle of the big city.  As the former home of the Bagrationi-Mukhrani branch of the Georgian royal family, Mukhrani boasts several large, significant churches and the remains of the Bagrationi Palace.

On May 9th, Victory Day, the largest school in town performed a presentation about the history and…

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