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Georgia’s Monthly Inflation Rate Grows by 1%

The country’s inflation rate is increasing following price changes of several major commodities in the consumer basket. Today Georgia’s National Statistics Office, Geostat, released latest information about the country’s monthly and annual inflation; the August 2015 monthly inflation rate reached one percent while the annual inflation rate equalled 5.4 percent. …

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Kazbegi Marathon 2015

Kazbegi Marathon

For the 6th time already, in 2015, 5th September “Kazbegi Trail Marathon” will be held traditionally. The Marathon is international and it will host Georgian, as well as foreign runners. The Marathon takes place in Stepantsminda and its surroundings, at the background of fascinating Great Caucasus Mountains. You will enjoy …

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Iran Eager to Promote Relations with Georgian Parliament

Usupashvili Iran

Speaker of Iran’s Parliament Ali Larijani referred to Georgia as a “good friend” for Iran, and voiced Tehran’s willingness to expand mutual cooperation with Tbilisi. Close ties between the two countries can prepare the grounds for the expansion of cultural and economic cooperation, Larijani said in a Wednesday meeting with …

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Tbilisi hosts 2015 International Art Festival Anima Mundi


Georgian National Museum Tbilisi History Museum will host the 3rd International Art Festival ANIMA MUNDI 2015. Opening of the event will take place on 3rd of September, 2015 at 6 pm.   Festival represents a major event which takes place in two countries – Lithuania and Georgia from 24th of …

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5 Best Autumn Places in Georgia

Georgia Autum

Sometimes it is hard to plan a vacation in Georgia, knowing how many interesting places are waiting for you there. We decided to help you a bit by choosing our five favourite autumn destinations – of course, except of Tbilisi, which is always attractive, and Batumi, in all its Indian …

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Cabinet Changes: Georgia Has New Foreign, Economy Ministers

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has appointed Minister of Economy Giorgi Kvirikashvili to the post of foreign minister. Vice-Mayor of Tbilisi Dmitry Kumsishvili was appointed new minister of economy. “I want to introduce Kvirikashvili as foreign minister,” Garibashvili said at a briefing. He said that the new foreign minister will …

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Georgian Food Catches Great Attention At Riga Food Festival

Riga food

From September 3-5 Georgia will participate at the 20th Riga Food Festival – an annual international festival bringing together cuisine from all over the world. The event is the Baltic region’s largest food show and this year is hosting cuisines from 36 nations. Georgian juice and jam company Kula, nut factories Nutex, Euronuts …

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10 Reason To Invest in Georgia

Invest In Georgia

Georgia is getting more and more investors from around the world, investors from Iran, Netherlands, Azerbaijan, China, India and other. Why to invest in Georgia? We have 10 reasons why you need to invest in Georgia. 1. Wide region market –  According to investingeorgia , Georgia’s liberal trade regimes provide investors …

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First International Architecture Showroom to be Held in Tbilisi this Fall

Architectural Forum

“The first international architecture showroom The Architectural Forum of Caucasus 2015 is going to be held in Tbilisi in late October,” the founder of the forum Giorgi Maisuradze told CBW. Architectural Forum was founded in 2012 by George Maisuradze and Co-founders, Elene Machaidze, Mariam Gvazava, Beka Kakabadze and Anna Gulisashvili. The …

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Georgia’s Wine and History in Focus at Svaneti Museum

Svaneti Museum

Svaneti region invites visitors to learn about the country’s multicultural history and ancient wine culture. The Svaneti Museum in Georgia’s north-west alpine town Mestia will host two educational programsMulticultural Georgia and Wine and Vines in Georgia from September 1-3 for Georgian youth. The lectures will be held at the Museum’s …

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Washington Post: 5 Georgian Wines to Try

Georgian Wines

Washington Post published an article presenting and offering its readers 5 Georgian wines that are “a taste of history.” Columnist Dave McIntyre, who recently visited Georgia, makes a wonderful case for the wines mentioned below and assesses each of them by three categories: exceptional, excellent and very good. Check out the list …

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