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Why Food Photography is Important for Business

Food photography is a still life specialization of commercial photography, aimed at producing attractive photographs of food for a variety of uses including in advertisements, magazines, packaging, menus or cookbooks. Professional food photography is a collaborative effort, usually involving an art director, a photographer, a food stylist, a prop stylist and …

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Population of Georgia has decreased by 642 000

According to the preliminary data by Geostat, population of Georgia has decreased by 642,000, during the period from 2002  to 2015. If in 2002 population number amounted to 4 371.5. According to preliminary data of January 1st, 2015,  3 729.5  individuals live in Georgia. The data is based on preliminary results of …

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Election 2015: UK banks facing ‘a nightmare’

Banking sector faces tough choices whoever wins Labour victory likely to see increase in regulation Conservative win would make referendum on EU a near certainty Could a Labour victory suddenly see HSBC taking its bat and ball  and uprooting headquarters to vibrant Hong Kong?  The UK election on May 7 …

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Georgian lessons for the CIS

A thought-provoking article by bne.eu paints a comprehensive picture of Georgia’s recent history, it’s current state and future direction. Mark Adomanis’ article, published Yestarday, helps the reader better understand the recent history of Georgia and its influence on the country’s chosen path, and allows them to understand the state of …

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Chicken in Blackberry Sauce

Chicken in Blackberry Sauce

Are you wondering what to cook and eat in May? Here is what will make your dinner fresh and at the same time delicious. Marinated roasted chicken is baked in special clay pot together with sweet-sour berry sauce, which adds fantastic flavor to the meat and makes it much more …

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Georgian Qvevri Wine was presented in Kazakhstan

Georgian Experience presented Otskhanuri Sapere, Krakhuna and Tsolikouri made with traditional method in qvevris by Lagvinari during Kazakhstan International Travel Fair in Almaty. The Georgian stand welcomed visitors interested in the history of traditional Georgian winemaking and, of course, the tasting of natural Qvevri wines. The event was organised by …

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Boating Trip on Lake Paliastomi – Georgian Rainforest

Have you ever been in a tropical rainforest? I was not. Until now. Last weekend I travelled to lake Paliastomi with my friends. After about 4-5 hours driving from Tbilisi to west we arrived at Kolkhety National Park Visitor Centre in the city of Poti. Here we rented a boat …

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Georgia is Experiencing a Full-fledged Currency Crisis

Georgia is Experiencing a Full-fledged Currency Crisis

An interview with a former Vice-president of the National Bank of Georgia Merab Kakulia What impact will a government reshuffle have on the economic situation of the country, including the national currency?  I do not think that the change of Minister of Sports will influence the currency market. And in general, …

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Svaneti The Land of Glaciers and Majestic Mountains

Svaneti is a land, where the mountains look upon you from all sides and every corner is capture-ready, literally. you must have your camera ready all the time, or you will miss some great shots. As you can see, winter and summer live together here. Proud and menacing, Ushba mountain …

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