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16 October, 2014
16 October, 2014
Nobody knows when and how exactly the first grapevine was cultivated in Georgia, but earliest archeological evidence of viniculture that was discovered in Georgia dates back
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16 October, 2014
16 October, 2014
"Hardly anywhere in the world is there such diversity of nature concentrated in such a small territory (70,000 square kilometers) as it is in Georgia.
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16 October, 2014
16 October, 2014
Aaron Huey, photographer for National Geographic, took a photo of a little Svanetian girl named Tata in 1999. She was only eight years old back then… The photographer
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10 October, 2014
10 October, 2014
The National Geographic photo reporter Aaron Huey repeated his journey to Svaneti - mountainous region of Georgia.
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09 October, 2014
09 October, 2014
The past decade in Georgia has seen the development of buildings built by Western architects, which are unique in both esthetic and engineering terms.
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09 October, 2014
09 October, 2014
“I have traveled around the world and have seen many places, but I have never felt as good as [I feel] in Tbilisi”.
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09 October, 2014
09 October, 2014
With the traditional wine harvest festival of Rtveli just behind us, this season’s grapes are engaged in their yearly pilgrimage from vine to cellar to bottle to glass, and finally
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09 October, 2014
09 October, 2014
Alexander Mikaberidze is an Associate Professor at Louisiana State University and has been studying the Napoleonic era for more than ten years.
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02 October, 2014
02 October, 2014
“Everyone is surprised whenever Geneva is compared to Tbilisi, since Geneva has a lake in the middle, but its landscape is mountainous, just like Tbilisi’s. This city also reminds
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02 October, 2014
02 October, 2014
The international community’s interest has once again turned towards Georgia – this time due to the results of an archeological excavation conducted two years ago.
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02 October, 2014
02 October, 2014
It is a land far away from civilization, hidden from the outside world. Nowhere else in Georgia will you find a place which feels so mysterious, unique and magical—a place where
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25 September, 2014
25 September, 2014
“Tbilisi resembles many cities, but it is still distinct and unique, and thus I can’t compare it to anything. It is a bit hard for me to say this, but sometimes, when the weather
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25 September, 2014
25 September, 2014
“High-ranking Soviet politicians did everything they could to get the popular Russian song ‘Moscow Nights’ (Podmoskovniye Vechera) included in the project.
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25 September, 2014
25 September, 2014
The online media outlet Matador Network recently published an article about the five most beautiful alphabets in the world, and Georgian was included in the list.
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25 September, 2014
25 September, 2014
“We always display our striving for Europe, but there were times when Europe, in turn, was interested in Georgia. The fact that the European press wrote about Georgian
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20 September, 2014
20 September, 2014
The Financial Times reports about “a renaissance in Georgian winemaking”.
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19 September, 2014
19 September, 2014
The National Geographic reports from Svaneti region of Georgia describing the way Svanetians live and their traditions dating centuries back.
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18 September, 2014
18 September, 2014
I have gone impressive (depressing?) stretches of time without leaving the stretch of the city that is mtatsminda-sololaki-old town.
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18 September, 2014
18 September, 2014
I often meet them at the hippodrome, where they train. Mesmerized by their moves, I used to stand and watch this very manly martial art with great pleasure.
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18 September, 2014
18 September, 2014
Free Art, which is known as Street Art, first gained popularity in the United States. Recently it became very popular in Georgia as well. At the beginning, this kind of Art
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