A little bit more about “Circassia”

It’s been a while since my last post, that is particularly due to studies that I’ve been involved with during the past 9 months or so, :p

Tonight I want to publish some more information about “Circassia” that may become beneficial for someone.

So, Circassia is part of the Caucasus (i.e. North Caucasus) as shown below, nowadays Circassia lies at the southern part of Russia, although not much efforts are being done to spread this information, Circassia (which is the original and historical homeland for Circassians) is politically divided into 3 major republics from east to west (Kabardino-Balkaria, Karachay-Cherkessk, Republic of Adygea)

now that is it for now, just warming up for next posts ..

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I always thought that watching the media is an absolute method to understand what is going on in other lands and countries, but after I’d taken my way to Russia to complete my studies I had firstly needed to learn Russian the thing that was expected, but while I was in the process of learning and gaining more vocabularies I’ve found myself in a position where I could easily understand what “REALLY IS GOING ON” I got to understand the culture, their ideas, their thoughts and the most interesting their jokes 😀
I can react when someone Russian get angry or sad, I could feel and support them better, I’m not specializing just the Russian language, but I’m trying to pass my experience to others! after a while, I started to feel since I know 4 languages, which is normal to many people , that some words are meant to be spoken exclusively in Russian like the word “уже” for instance and the word “хотя бы”, at the same time, a lot of words are meant to be spoken in English such as “non-sense”, plus speaking other words in a language but Arabic would be a sin (metaphorically) as “لا تقولا”, not to forget my mother tongue, Circassian or as we call it “Адыгэбзэ” – “Бзэ зымIэр лъэпкъ йIэп”

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