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Tbilisi Hosts Second Architecture Biennial

Tbilisi Architecture Biennial was established in 2017 by Tinatin Gurgenidze, Natia Kalandarishvili, Otar Nemsadze and Gigi Shukakidze. TAB aims to bring together professionals from diverse disciplines united under one topic on a biannual basis. Policy makers, the local public and other stakeholders will present during the event, initiating and broadening …

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Municipal Inspection Imposes Fines of over 10 million GEL

Several directions will be added to the municipal inspection of Tbilisi City Hall in 2019, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze noted at the presentation of the reformed service on October 16. Number of employees, vehicles and technical equipment will also increase, he said. Moreover, Tbilisi Mayor summed up the current year’s …

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Tokyo hosts Georgian Film Festival as 110th Anniversary of Georgian Cinema

Japan is hosting the Georgian Film Festival as part of the 100th anniversary celebration of the establishment of the First Democratic Republic of Georgia and 110th anniversary of Georgian cinema. “Mr. Takehide Harada was impressed with Georgian Cinematography still 40 years ago after Shengelaia’s “Pirosmani “. In May 2018, he …

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For the first time Georgia Joins NASA Space Apps Challenge

NASA Space Apps is world’s largest hackathon that occurs over 48 hours in more than 200 locations all over the world. For the first time this year, Georgia is joining Space Apps Challenge. Coders, scientists, designers, storytellers, makers, builders, technologists, and everyone enthusiastic about curiosity come together to address challenges …

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Kvareli To Build UEFA Standards Stadium

The second category of UEFA football stadium is planned in Kvareli. Tender has been announced for preparation of project documentation, for which 180 thousand GEL is considered. After the preparation of the documentation it will be known what will be the total cost of construction, project will be financed by …

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Vienna Albertina Museum to Exhibit Niko Pirosmani

The Museum of Vienna Albertina will host Niko Pirosmani’s works. “NIKO PIROSMANI – A Wanderer Between Worlds” – The exhibition will be opened on October 26th. The aim of the event is to get acquainted with the Georgian art and the cultural heritage in general, outside the country. The project …

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Monument Events Features Belgian Band Oscar & Wolf

Monument Events returns with new challenges. Line up’s headliner will be the Belgian band Oscar & the Wolf. Not so much can be proud of the same success as Oscar & the Wolf has achieved in just 3 years. Especially with such a different and uncompromising voice that Max Colombie …

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Technical University to Launch Laboratory for Testing Bridges and Tunnels

According to the director of Municipal Development Fund, the rehabilitation of Georgian Technical University Academic Canter and Research Laboratory for Resting Bridges and Tunnels will be finished in January 2019. „Unique laboratory will be arranged with a full equipment for testing bridges and tunnels. Space arrangement will be completed in …

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Frankfurt Book Fair Opens: Spotlight on Georgia

The 70th Frankfurter Buchmesse and the Guest of Honour Pavilion were officially opened yesterday. Nino Haratishvili and Aka Morchiladze spoke. Khatia Buniatishvili played a concert in the pavilion. The Georgian “characters”, the 33 ornately looping letters of the country’s unique alphabet, are part of the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of …

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Young actors perform Nart Sagas in Georgian and Ossetian

Nart Sagas, one of the oldest Caucasus eposes, received its second life on a theatrical stage of Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film State University of Georgia. A group of young actors performed the ancient stories of courage, friendship and love in Georgian and Ossetian languages. The theatrical performance, which brought …

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