Armenia, Azerbaijan & Nagorno Karabakh
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Great set of slides. At a GIS presentation in Baku over a decade ago, I got a standing ovation, because I was the first visitor to show the Azeri enclave correctly! Learned a proverb there that might work here, from my Georgian host in fact “never invite a bear into your vineyard”… Keep’ on postin’, Andrew
Many thanks, Andrew — much appreciated.
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