18 Houses For Refugees

Houses For Refugees

You may think that these houses are intended for those who take loans or simply wealthy families who may buy new apartments?  Well, you are wrong then, because this is where refugees from Abkhasia will live.

Refugees from western Georgia will inhabit the residential area in Poti that will consist of 65 houses whereas those who used to live in eastern part of the country expressed their willingness to stay in Kakheti where a similar elite area is at the stage of construction.

Location: Poti

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18 Responses to “Houses For Refugees”

  1. Grzgrz says:

    elite houses? I’d call it a slum… but hey, whatever…

  2. from says:

    On pic. 3 – Moskvitch 424.
    Rare car.

  3. Archy Bunka says:

    A. Bunka here. If it’s public housing, then it will devolve into a slum.
    Scott, you are right, power is what it’s all about.

  4. Robert says:

    more trees and flowers and it could be nice to live their, respectively better then other ‘sleeping citys’ i had see in Russia. but the colours of the buildings are horrible.

  5. BlowME says:

    Better then how it will look in few years, like this: http://englishrussia.com/2011/06/02/wonders-of-armenian-architecture/

  6. Piotr says:

    Slum? Young people in Sweden where I live can only dream of moving into such an apartment.

    • EngrishBob says:

      I just moved into a place like that in Linköping. Where’s the hassle? Maybe you’re not trying hard enough to find a decent place to live.

  7. Boritz says:

    This is what happens when color blind architect is employed.

  8. DouglasU says:

    the colors of buildings….oh God no no no. I just had to vomit.

  9. testicules says:

    I thought there was nothing but peace and prosperity in Russia. Why do they have refugees? Are they American Refugees?

  10. CZenda says:

    If built as an interim place to stay and not for permanent inhabitants, it will no doubt become a slum soon. The successful ones will be leaving in no time, only the trash will be staying there. However, it is hard to judge the result, it will be very dependant on the integration of the new housing estates and the “old town”.

  11. Carol Lynn says:

    USA equivalent of Section 8 housing. What a shame.

  12. Scrat says:

    The colors of the buildings serve 2 purposes, people can identify which building they live in by the color. In winter it’s good for the eyes, it prevents people from losing their ability to see colors. Works well in Siberia anyway.

  13. Image says:

    @Piotr- same here in Israel too.

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