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Georgian art festival in Brussels brings together East and West

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Georgian art festival in Brussels brings together East and West

Georgian art festival in Brussels brings together East and West

"The Avant-Garde in Georgia" at Bozar is one of the main highlights of this autumn's Europalia arts festival in Brussels.


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