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Washington Post publishes recipe of Georgian dish

Washington Post: This can be served as a dip, a spread or on its own. Set it out with pita chips or crackers, spread it on crostini, or roll into small balls to eat as is. Make Ahead: This dip is best the day after it is made, but it …

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Churchkhela among top 10 world’s delicious sweets

After Turkish Pakhlava, and Italian Tiramisu Georgia Churchkhela is among world’s top delicious sweets.   Churchkhela recently hit the Internet shopping websites as well.a is a traditional sausage-shaped candy originating from the Caucasus region. It is a very popular food, combining two of Georgia’s favorites – grapes and nuts. Made by repeatedly …

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Orovela Saperavi on The Independent’s Special Mention

“This accomplished Georgian red shows bright, spicy black fruit aromas and appetisingly sappy fresh blackberry fruit,” British publication’s Anthony Rose writes of Orovela brand 2007 Saperavi wine.   The author included this brand of Saperavi in his list of wines that he assigned to particular occasions — Night In, Dinner …

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BBC about life in Georgia’s high Caucasus Mountains

BBC about life in Georgia’s high Caucasus Mountains

A jeep in the hills The most common way to reach Mestia is by road from Zugdidi, a city in western Georgia that’s accessible by bus or overnight train from Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi. From Zugdidi, local families and visiting trekkers pile together into shared jeeps and minibuses, driving into the …

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Georgian Director has been awarded for contribution to world cinema

Within the framework of the 19th Sofia International Film Festival the SOFIA AWARD of Sofia Municipality for contribution to world cinema was presented to Nana Djordjadze,a Georgian Director . Nana Jorjadze is a Georgian film director, scriptwriter and actress. Jorjadze was born in Tbilisi, and graduated first from a local …

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Tbilisi from the past times

The history of Tbilisi, dates back to at least the 5th century AD. Tbilisi has been an important cultural, political and economic center of the Caucasus region for most of its history. Located on a crossroad of major trade routes, the city has suffered many invasions, often served as the …

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Stadiums From Georgia

1.Dinamo,Tbilisi  2.Lokomotiv,Tbilisi   3.Torpedo,Kutaisi   4.David Abashidze,Zestaponi   5.Kolkheti,Poti   6.Bolnisi,Sioni   7. Jemal Zeinklishvili,Borjomi 8. Erosi Manjgaladze,Samtredia 9. Foladi stadium,Rustavi 10.Guria,Lanchkhuti 11.Ganmuxuri,Zugdidi

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Incredible Mosaics From Soviet Georgia

Incredible Mosaics From Soviet Georgia

These interesting pieces of work are disappearing due to various reasons – the glass pieces fall apart, buildings are demolished, etc. (Incredible Mosaics From Soviet Georgia). Most of these mosaics are from Tbilisi – the capital of Georgia but some of them are from other parts of the country as …

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Georgian artists’ pencil art displayed at prominent US art fair

A piece of contemporary art by Georgian artist Maia Naveriani is on display in one of the most prestigious United States (US) art fairs dedicated solely to contemporary art. A series of large pencil drawings titled ‘Future Wolves and Chicks So Far’ by London-based Naveriani was exhibited at the US …

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Georgian artist’s creation honoured at top New York show

An online art magazine has ranked an art installation created by Berlin-based Georgian contemporary artist among the Top 10 Booths at the Armory Show 2015. Rozalia Jovanovic, senior writer at Artnet, described the piece by Thea Djordjadze, as “stunning” that used “mundane materials” in unique ways. “The stunning work anchored …

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