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Project ArtBeat Presents Georgian Artists at Contemporary Istanbul in September

Contemporary Istanbul will take place between September 20 – 23, 2018 at Istanbul Congress Center (ICC) and Istanbul Convention and Exhibition Centre (ICEC). The 13th edition of the fair will include artworks from both established and emerging galleries, bringing a regional and international focus to the dynamic contemporary art scene in Istanbul. Notable for its unique position both geographically …

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Elementary Particles: Epigraphs from Georgian Photography

In 2018 Tbilisi Photo Festival is eager to present a retrospective exhibition featuring a century of photographic images in Georgia. “Elementary Particles: Epigraphs from Georgian Photography” unites the works of Georgian photographers from the Soviet and Post-Soviet periods, including the series of photographs by Gigo Gabashvili, a famed Georgian painter …

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Borjomi Forest Restoration Project Begins

By the initiative of TBC Bank, forest restoration works will be started in Borjomi Gorge, damaged by fire. TBC Bank will sign an agreement with the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture regarding the resumption of forest works today. Within the framework of the project, TBC Bank will restore 10 …

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Velvet September at Best Western Premier Batumi

After the sizzling Summer, the golden autumn has fallen, and for those who still have not received their necessary vitamin D, velvet September is ahead. Resting on seaside resorts in September is more comfortable and pleasant, because the resort is relatively empty, the beaches are relieved, the tourists return to …

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Los Angeles Times Covers Georgian Wine Culture

 Los Angeles Times – a leading US newspaper – in a recent issue published an article focusing on Georgian wine, entitled “In Georgia, wine is a centuries-old tradition that has brought new appeal to the republic”. The article is authored by John Henderson, who visited Tbilisi and Telavi. He spent two weeks …

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Publica- American Bar-Lounge Gathering Millenials

“Publica” is the new American Bar-Lounge. Unlike other spaces of Art House, it is designed for millennials and not only them. “Publica” is one of the most attractive places in Tbilisi with its diverse atmosphere. First of all we want to distinguish burgers, which are one of the best in …

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Chance to be Recognized as the Leader in Tourism and Hospitality Industry

Welcome to Georgia! National Tourism Awards invites hotels, restaurants, wineries, touristically attractive festivals and major events, tour agencies, tour operators and other companies working in the tourism and hospitality industry to participate in the annual competition. This is place where the best representatives of the field are struggling to be named …

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Tbilisi City Hall to Introduce New Parking Model

A new parking model will be introduced in Tbilisi in 2019. The new model has been developed as part of the municipal transport policy, Tbilisi mayor Kakha Kaladze said. “A new parking model will be introduced in 2019. The new model calls for arranging a zonal parking. We have already …

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Apple’s Latest Iphones Are Packed with AI Smarts

The three new iPhones unveiled next to Apple’s glassy circular headquarters Wednesday look much like last year’s iPhone X. Inside, the devices’ computational guts got an invisible but more significant upgrade. Apple’s phones come with new chip technology with a focus on helping the devices understand the world around them using artificial intelligence algorithms. The …

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Tbilisi Hosts International Conference of Argus Media

“Argus Caspian Black Sea Transport Corridor 2018” – the event was opened at Hotel “Biltmore” today. Davit Peradze, General Director of Georgian Railway, made a speech at the conference about following topics: * Cargo dynamics in the Caspian and Black Sea region; * Multi-modal international corridors, including so-called Middle corridor …

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