Category:Laz people

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The Laz or Lazi or Lazepe or Lazlar or Lazi or Č’ani are an ethnic group native to the Black Sea coastal regions of Turkey and Georgia. One of the chief tribes of ancient kingdom of Colchis, the Laz were initially early adopters of Christianity, and most of them subsequently converted to Sunni Islam during Ottoman rule of Caucasus in the 16th century.

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Laz people 
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Part ofKartvelian languages
Location Turkey, Georgia
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