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TO GO WITH STORY OF MARIAM HARTUTYUNYAN Tourists visit Grandmother and Granfather monument outside city of Stepanakert in Armenian-controlled Azerbaijani region of Nagorny Karabakh on June 26, 2013. A growing number of foreign tourists are heading to the breakaway territory -- which is not recognised by any state -- and say they are seeing a different side to its war-scarred image. Wandering around the region's largest town Stepanakert as part of a tour group whose members come from places ranging from Turin to Taiwan, French pharmacist Jordan Nahoum said that while he knew all about Nagorny Karabakh's bloody past, he was surprised by what he found.AFP PHOTO/KAREN MINASYAN (Photo credit should read KAREN MINASYAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH STORY OF MARIAM HARTUTYUNYAN Tourists visit Grandmother and Granfather monument outside city of Stepanakert in Armenian-controlled Azerbaijani region of Nagorny Karabakh on June 26, 2013. A growing number of foreign tourists are heading to the breakaway territory -- which is not recognised by any state -- and say they are seeing a different side to its war-scarred image. Wandering around the region's largest town Stepanakert as part of a tour group whose members come from places ranging from Turin to Taiwan, French pharmacist Jordan Nahoum said that while he knew all about Nagorny Karabakh's bloody past, he was surprised by what he found.AFP PHOTO/KAREN MINASYAN (Photo credit should read KAREN MINASYAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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Tourists visit Grandmother and Granfather monument outside city of... News Photo 174095805Adult,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Azerbaijan,City,Grandmother,Horizontal,Lifestyles,Monument,Region,Visit,WomenPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPTO GO WITH STORY OF MARIAM HARTUTYUNYAN Tourists visit Grandmother and Granfather monument outside city of Stepanakert in Armenian-controlled Azerbaijani region of Nagorny Karabakh on June 26, 2013. A growing number of foreign tourists are heading to the breakaway territory -- which is not recognised by any state -- and say they are seeing a different side to its war-scarred image. Wandering around the region's largest town Stepanakert as part of a tour group whose members come from places ranging from Turin to Taiwan, French pharmacist Jordan Nahoum said that while he knew all about Nagorny Karabakh's bloody past, he was surprised by what he found.AFP PHOTO/KAREN MINASYAN (Photo credit should read KAREN MINASYAN/AFP/Getty Images)