Stories From Occupied Crimea. The Tour Guide

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How often a loss makes us long for those we lost. To lose your homeland only to understand how great was your love for it! People leave Crimea. Smart, strong, devoted people leave. Those who can not keep quiet, those who are used to acting, those who want to decide their future themselves. And it is difficult to leave. To leave means to abandon your home, cut off the friendships and contacts, forfeit nurtured life plans. Those, who are not scared to change their lifestyle radically, leave. I am not one of them.

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