The village of Tamarasheni is one of the examples of ethnic cleansing and mass persecution of Georgians and of total destruction of their damaged houses.
The village, which is located three kilometers from Tskhinvali, belonged to the Kurta community. The residents recall that the shooting began in the village from August 6, 2008.
Kekhvi is one of the largest occupied villages, which was destroyed almost entirely after the war of August 2008. According to the general census data of 2002, 1,177 lived in the village.
Located in the Kurta Municipality of Shida Kartli, the village of Kemerti was part of the Gori Municipality until 2006. It was the center o
The village of Vanati is located in the Eredvi Municipality. During the war of 2008, one specific neighborhood, which was presumably inhabited by Georgians, sustained a particularly strong damage.
The village of Avnevi is located in the Tighva Municipality. The village was one of the first targets for the Russian army and the Ossetian separatists during the Russian-Georgian War of 2008.
Zemo Achabeti is located in the Kurta Municipality. After the August War, Zemo Achabeti and Kvemo Achabeti practically turned into ruins. Zemo Achabeti was bombed and burnt down.
The village, which is part of the Eredvi Municipality, is located 13 kilometers from Tskhinvali. It was the center of the community.
The village is located on the left bank of the Didi Liakhvi River, 10 kilometers from Tskhinvali.