ROT FRONT - The last german village in Central Asia
In the north of Kyrgyzstan, a small country in Central Asia, lives a hundred Germans in a village that their ancestors created almost a century ago. Despite living together with the Kyrgyz, they have never lost their culture nor their language, which is passed on from generation to generation. While Central Asia has been emptied of its German population since the fall of the USSR, Rot Front, the last German village in Central Asia, is holding on.
A multimedia story by Marie-Alix Détrie & Antonin Lechat for ARTE.TV