Circassian Language Learning Websites

Adyghe Alphabet   - Details
Adyghe is a North West Caucasian language spoken by about 300,000 people mainly in the Republic of Adygea in the Russian Federation.

Sample text in Adyghe   - Details
Since 1938 Adyghe has been written with a version of the Cyrillic alphabet. Between 1927 and 1938 it was written with the Latin alphabet, and before 1927 it was written with the Arabic alphabet. The literary language is based on the Chemguy dialect.

The International Centre for Circassian Studies (ICCS)   - Details
The International Centre for Circassian Studies (ICCS) is a non-profit cultural organisation with administrative and financial independence. It has been established with the principal aim of developing and disseminating Circassian literature, culture and folklore in their original and genuine vessel: the Circassian language.

Modern languages ​​of the Adygs   - Details
Adygs ( or Circassians ) - the common name of a single people in Russia and abroad , divided into Kabardians , Circassians , Ubykhs , Adyghes and Shapsugs

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