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Founded by one of the most significant of the Georgian Kings in the 11th Century and flattened dramatically in an earthquake in 1920, Gori is still best known as Stalin’s birthplace, home of the Joseph Stalin Museum and one of the last statues depicting the Soviet dictator.

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