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The Book Thief: Best Selling Book in Georgia

The Book Thief is a novel that centers around the life of Liesel Meminger, a nine-year-old girl living in Germany during World War II. Liesel’s experiences are narrated by Death, who details both the beauty and destruction that life in this era brought. The Book Thief” resembles other, better novels …

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15 Reasons to Fall in Love with Georgia

Those who have been to Georgia already, should check the list, and if some things are missing, just come and see or experience them. And if you have never been here – don’t miss your chance to be inspired! 1. Kind hospitable people Georgians are very open to their guests. You …

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The 10 Wealthiest Couples in the World

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Two are certainly better than one when it comes to wealth and power. These men and women are innovators, developers, fashion moguls, CEOs, and philanthropists. From the US to France to Spain to China, scroll through to meet the world’s wealthiest couples. 10. James and Lynne Walton Wiki commons Jim Walton …

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$64,000 Worth Bitcoins Donated to Help Tbilisi Flood Victims

The funds raised as a result of the global bitcoin fundraising campaign have been donated to the Tbilisi City Hall, Tbilisi Zoo, and Tamaz Elizbarashvili’s Dog Shelter. In addition to the money already donated by the Georgian Co-Investment Fund (“GCF”) and BitFury Group, the companies partnered with “Georgia Technology Park” …

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Tbilisi Among The 10 best European destinations in 2015

Georgia’s capital Tbilisi is among the top ten destinations of Europe this year according to an international media outlet Time Out. Tbilisi marked 6th out of the ten European cities that made through the list, topping such popular destinations as Lisbon in Portugal, Stuttgart in Germany, Costa Brava in Spain, …

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Wines from Abkhazia Replaced Georgian in Russia

Due to the devaluation of the ruble in the first half wine imports from the European Union fell sharply: not everyone can afford the product at  new prices. Because of this, a supplier from Abkhazia Mistral Alco became a leader among importers for the first time. As per  the data …

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EU supports Georgia’s territorial integrity

European Council President, Donald Tusk, reiterated here EU’s full support of Georgia’s territorial integrity and encouraged the Caucasus country to deepen its domestic reform on Tuesday. “I assured the Prime Minister that the European Union remains committed to resolving the conflict and supports Georgia’s territorial integrity within its internationally recognized …

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4 Freaky Plane Designs That Reimagine The Golden Age Of Air Travel

For all their convenience, airplanes are one of the dirtiest modes of transportation out there. A fully loaded A380’s CO2 output is equivalent to each passenger driving six cars an equivalent distance. But what if airplane designers in the 1940s and 1950s had worked to embrace energy sources besides petroleum? …

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Oil Prices Fall on Unexpected Rise in U.S. Crude Stocks

Oil prices fell on Wednesday after an unexpected rise in U.S. crude stocks, adding to a picture of global oversupply that has dragged down values over the past year. Industry data released on Tuesday by the American Petroleum Institute (API) showed crude inventories at the Cushing, Oklahoma hub rose 2.3 …

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