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9 Million GEL to Equip Music and Drama Theater

Vaso Abashidze Musical Comedy and Drama Theater will get technical equipment worth of GEL 9 million. The tender has already been announced for the procurement of works. According to the tender demand, it is planned to conduct technical work of and arrangement of the spectators hall. Namely arrangement of orchestral …

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Tbilisi Mayor: Yellow Buses will Be Entirely Replaced

Kakha Kaladze

In 2018-2019 all yellow buses will be replaced by new, modern European-standard buses, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze noted at the presentation of Tbilisi Transport Policy. “We express our gratitude to the Prime Minster, because this project requires huge funds. Today we have excessive number of yellow buses, but we assure …

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City Hall to Introduce Hourly and Zonal Parking System in 2019

Starting January 1, 2019, Tbilisi City Hall will start implementing a pilot project for introduction of hourly-zonal parking payment system in central areas of Tbilisi, Vice mayor Irakli Khmalade noted at presentation of the capital city transport policy. The parking system efficient regulation policy is to develop the transportation system, …

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Saving the Soul- Deeper Insight to First Georgian Animated Comics

Georgia is not spoiled with local animation, while Archivarius team took an initiative to create a whole new animated universe titled Saving the Soul, following three different narrators. George Badashvili, founder of ”Archivarius Studios” unveils challenges of producing digital motion comics with CBW: Tell us about Archivarius Studios’ projects and …

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2000 Electric Cars are Registered in Georgia

Driving electric car is getting more and more popular in Georgia, figures show that there are 2000 registered cars at this stage in Georgia. Turkey where population exceeds 80 million has the same amount of registered electric vehicles. According to the representative of m2 Davit Gorgiladze, around 52 battery chargers …

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Georgia-Luxembourg-Lithuania Co-Production INGA Awarded Grant

Georgian awarded directors’ Davit Abramishvili and Giorgi Gogichaishvili feature project Inga was awarded a production grant by the Lithuanian Film Center. The directors’ earlier collaboration, the apocalyptic short 8 Minutes travelled well around the festivals (Gold Medal at Manhattan Shorts, Best Short Film at Innsbruck Film Festival, Best Sci-Fi at …

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National Gallery Offers Virtual Integration Application

Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery offers visitors the virtual integration application by ”Areali”. The application includes text and audio information of up to 50 works of Niko Pirosmanashvili, David Kakabadze and Lado Gudiashvili, exhibited at the National Gallery. Applications can be used by any visitor using the tablets in the National …

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Irakli Kvirikadze Appears in the New Movie With Anthony Hopkins

Irakli Kvirikadze

Irakli Kvirikadze appeared on set with prominent actor Anthony Hopkins in “Now is everything”, directed by Riccardo Spinotti. Recently young Georgian actor has been named among 2018’s ten most talented, up-and-coming actors from all over Europe, who are ready to step out onto the international film scene.

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Germany Approved Law on Recognition of Georgia as Safe Country

The Cabinet of Germany approved the recognition of Georgia and other countries (Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia) as safe descent states. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the new regulation aims to reduce the timing of consideration of shelter applications from these countries, as positive decisions on granting asylum to …

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Summer of Music – Upcoming Festivals in Georgia

Summertime can’t feel complete without music festivals. Events in Georgia take place at different locations, that gives even better reason to explore the area meanwhile. Here are some of the largest concerts coming up: SUMMER SET The first single-day presentational series of Summer Set Festival will be held in Tbilisi …

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