A girl from Ossetia was stolen by gypsies, and then she chose life in a camp
A girl from Ossetia was stolen by gypsies, and then she chose life in a camp
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This story took place in South Ossetia, in the village of Dzagina. Vera Alborova grew up in a dysfunctional family, her mother was unable to raise children, and her father drank a lot and often. Vera took care of her younger brother. However, the guardianship authorities decided to take her to a boarding school. The girl studied and lived there, she was only 13 years old. On the weekend, the girl could go back to her relatives, which is exactly what she intended to do. The girl was traveling by train and ran into a group of gypsies. They noticed a lonely girl and decided to take her with them. Vera was scared, so she did not dare to fight back.

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She was brought to a local camp and introduced to her fiancé. From that time on, she began to live with them. However, surprisingly, she was treated there even better than her home. The girl lived in warmth and prosperity. She began to absorb the culture of the Roma, their habits and traditions. Little by little, she learned their language. Vera herself was happy with her life. They wandered from place to place, and Vera saw many places and sights. Later, Vera devoted herself to raising children. The men of the camp were engaged in the sale of horses and the blacksmith's craft.

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Years later, the police came to the camp, they were looking for Vera. For many years, the girl's mother was looking for her. But. Vera did not want to return, she was happy with her husband, she had five children. The girl understood perfectly well that in her native village they would be prejudiced against her. Therefore, she decided to accept her fate. However, Vera began to meet more often with her brother and mother. Years after the death of her brother, she adopted her nephew, became his mother. And now Vera Alborova is raising her grandchildren, and she already has 25 of them.

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