Georgia: Living a Life Apart in Tbilisi’s Settlement for the Blind

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Partially blind instructor Nodar Gogadze (right) teaches chess club members of the Georgian Union for the Blind how to play.

Every morning, a soup kitchen in Tbilisi's small southeastern suburban district fills up with people holding white canes in one hand and canvas bags in the other.

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Temo Bardzimashvili is a freelance photojournalist based in Tbilisi.

Georgia: Living a Life Apart in Tbilisi’s Settlement for the Blind

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