Circassian is the western name of one of the indigenous languages of the northern Caucasus, Adygebze, and the collective name for several peoples who speak mutually intelligible dialects, but are territorially separated. The largest of these peoples are the Cherkes (autonym: Adyge), inhabitants of the Karachay-Cherkes Republic; the Adyge (autonym: Adyge), inhabitants of the Adyge Republic; and the Kabard (autonym: Adyge), inhabitants of the Kabardino-Balkar Republic. There is also a large Circassian diaspora in the Middle East, which originated after the 19th century Russian conquest of the Caucasus. Among the diasporic Circassians, there are descendants from other, related, peoples of the Caucasus such as the Abaza, Abkhaz and Ubykh (whose language became extinct in Turkey recently).
Circassians.org
Pictures, chat room and links pertaining to the Circassian people.
Jaimoukha
Site edited by Amjad Jaimoukha, offers extensive information on the Circassian (Cherkes) people (including the Kabard and Adyge), their langauge and culture.

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