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Tibaanuri – Most Unique Cheese

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Tibaanuri cheese was presented at Georgian Culture Week in London by a suggestion from Georgia’s Ministry of Agriculture. The Georgian cheese received significant appreciation in London and was declared the Most Unique Cheese. It is no secret that red wine goes well with cheese and no one will argue this …

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Demand for Georgian Medicine on the Rise in Export Countries

Demand for Georgian medicine is increasing  in the export markets. As per Geostat data, in 2014  drugs worth $92.065 million were exported to foreign markets, that is 44% more than in 2013. According to Geostat, medicines cost $52.1 million were exported from Georgia in 2013. In addition, medicines share in total exports has …

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Park Inn by Radisson to be built Tbilisi by 2017

In place of the hotel Tori located on the Tabukashvili street, right next to the Economy Ministry of Georgia, a new Radisson brand hotel Park Inn by Radisson will be built by year 2017. The news was announced today as the representatives of the two sides, Georgian company Block-Invest and …

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Beginners Guide to Tbilisis Burgeoning Wine Scene

Tbilisi Wine:People have been making and drinking wine around Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, for 7,000 years. Bounded by the Black Sea to the west and the Caucasus to the north, Georgia is perhaps the most exciting newcomer on the international wine scene, with offerings as diverse (500 indigenous grape …

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Tbilisi Fashion Week returns

tbilisi fashion week

After a one year break, Tbilisi Fashion Week (TFW) is back on April 16-19 and it’s an attractive, glamorous affair. As always,different collections are showcased Georgian style and assured that the annual sartorial parade would certainly not disappoint. This year Honda Center Tbilisi presents Tbilisi Fashion Week at Iveria Group’s …

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Georgia Regional Leader in Open Government

British newspaper The Telegraph published the World Justice Project’s Open Government Index data, according to which Georgia stands out as the regional leader in Eastern Europe/Central Asia. Whether one agrees or not with this placement, it is worthwhile to look at the research provided on WPJ’s website.  WHAT IS THE WJP OPEN …

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Georgia has one of the highest birth rates in Europe (Infographics)

Georgia has one of the highest birth rates in Europe (Infographics)

As noted in the information of the Georgian office of the aforementioned fund, researches by international and local experts under the guidance of a well-known demographer, Dr. Ralph Hakkarta, were held in the second half of 2014. “According to the study, the current fertility rate of 2.0 is one of …

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Fiber-Optic Internet to Cover Entire Georgia

Tbilisi, April 15th — Georgia’s Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development opened a tender for constructing optical internet cables covering entirety of the country. The aim of the project is to cover Georgia with high-speed internet, including the removed and isolated parts of the country. “A tender will be held up until May 5th …

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Gergeti Trinity among the world’s most beautiful churches

Telegraph has named Gergeti Trinity Church among top 23 the most beautiful churches in the world.Gergeti takes 6th position. Gergeti Trinity Church is a popular name for Holy Trinity Church near the village of Gergeti. The church is situated on the right bank of the river Chkheri at an elevation …

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Telegraph: Georgian two cities among the oldest cities

Telegraph: Georgian two cities among the oldest cities

Georgian two cities have been named among Europe’s 16 oldest cities by UK newspaper The Telegraph. The Telegraph ranked Kutaisi – the largest city in western Georgia – 8th and Mtskheta – in eastern Georgia – 14th on the list. The newspaper said both of the cities were “very much …

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