Circassia


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Cir·cas·sia

 (sər-kăsh′ə, -ē-ə)
A historical region of southwest Russia on the northeast coast of the Black Sea north of the Caucasus Mountains. It was ceded to Russia by the Ottoman Turks in 1829.

Circassia

(sɜːˈkæsɪə)
n
(Placename) a region of S Russia, on the Black Sea north of the Caucasus Mountains

Cir•cas•sia

(sərˈkæʃ ə, -i ə)

n.
a region in the S Russian Federation in Europe bordering on the NE coast of the Black Sea.
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Circassia is a region in the northern Caucasus Mountains, so in actuality, this would simply be a native version of what we call English walnut, good old J.
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Sochi, known to Circassians as Sache, was the capital of the historical nation of Circassia, and is now part of Russia's Krasnodar province.
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Circassians and Abkhaz are ethnically and linguistically related and the 1867 deportations were a continuation of what the Russian imperial government had done in Circassia just to the north only three years before.
Almost all agreed it was one of the three sisters Circassia, Cilicia or Caledonia, with a bias to Circassia.
Circassia, or, A Tour to the Caucasus (New York: Stringer & Townsend, 1850), 287.