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“Russian World”: A View from the Space

Incomplete statistics of destroyed Georgian villages by Russian invaders and South Ossetian pro-Russian separatists in the Tskhinvali area, as a result of military invasion and ethnic cleansing by Russia in August 2008.

Kehvi village – There were 1177 Georgians in 345 houses. Only 5 houses remained intact. See before and after invasion satellite pictures from 2008.

Avnevi village – There were 1022 Georgians. 242 out of 279 houses were demolished. See before and after invasion satellite pictures from 2008.

Kemarity village – There were 1007 Georgians in 301 houses. All homes were destroyed. See before and after invasion satellite pictures from 2008.

Tamarasheni village – There were 960 Georgians. Only 18 out of 274 houses remained intact. See before and after invasion satellite pictures from 2008.

Zemo Achabeti village– There were 860 Georgians in 158 houses. Only 2 houses remained intact. See before and after invasion satellite pictures from 2008.

Heity village – There were 807 Georgians in 204 houses. Only one house remained intact. See before and after invasion satellite pictures from 2008.

Berulia village – There were 795 Georgians in 297 houses. Only 4 houses remained intact. See before and after invasion satellite pictures from 2008.

Dzartsemi village – There were 650 Georgians in 239 houses. Only 2 houses remained intact. The village was transformed into a military testing ground of the 4th Russian occupying military base.  See before and after invasion satellite pictures from 2008.

Kvemo-Achabeti  village – There were 574 Georgians  in 174 houses. Only 5 houses remained intact. See before and after invasion satellite pictures from 2008.

Other villages (no satellite imagery available):

Kurtа -There were 1124 Georgians in 287 houses. Only 2 houses remained intact.

Eredvy -There were 918 Georgians in 299 houses. Only 2 houses remained intact.

Nuli – There were 507 Georgians in 142 houses. Only 5 houses remained intact.

Source Facebook group სამაჩაბლო დიდი ლიახვი [1](Samachablo Bolshoe Liakhvi)

More information can be found here – Erased border of Georgia as a result of the Russian occupation. [2]