78 year old Irakli Khvedaguridze is the last inhabitant of Europe’s highest village, Bochorna, nestled in the Caucasus Mountains of Teshi, Georgia.
The village stands at an altitude of 7,694′. The area used to be filled with a bustling community of farmers and herders, but only one man remains.
The film below is a beautiful tribute to Irakli’s dedication to his home. He refuses to move despite his isolation,
I really enjoyed this short film by Ben Page, and I believe that you will too.
Check it out!
Not sure about you fine folks, but I might just F-it and become a hermit by the time I’m 78. I’ll find myself a nice little parcel of land tucked deep in the backcountry of gods know where and live out my days in solace.
Sounds kind of nice, right?