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List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites Of Georgia

Georgia is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. They are namely; Bagrati Cathedral and Gelati Monastery, Mtskheta Historical Monuments, and Upper Svaneti Caucasus mountains, villages, and tower houses. To be included on the World Heritage List, sites or intangible cultural practices must be evaluated by UNESCO as having outstanding universal …

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Art Factory – Space for Painting on Water to Open in Tbilisi

Art Factory gallery opening is planned in Autumn. Visitors can learn as innovative art as drawing on water. Gallery will is both for studying and therapy and offers Panckage Art and Spray Art teaching. As Lela Sarishvili said to BM, these directions affect on people’s psychic positively, and it’s not …

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Tbilisi City Hall Announces Third Tender to Buy Buses

Tbilisi Transport Company has announced the third tender with the aim to purchase 90 buses at 45 million GEL. The city hall plans to buy 23-seat buses on Euro Diesel VI. Certain details of the third tender were revised: in previous tender the maximum milage was 2800 km, while now …

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The Process of returning Georgian Film Heritage to Homeland Continues

The Process of returning Georgian film heritage stored at the state archives of Russia “Gosfilmofond” continues – as the result of the effort by the Ministry of Culture and Sport of Georgia and the Georgian National Film Centre 11 more Georgian films stored in “Gosfilmofond” will be returned to Georgia. …

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John Pallant Arrives in Tbilisi

John Pallant is an international creative consultant, who has won a lot of awards in advertising field, including Golden Lion in Cannes, D&AD Black, Yellow Pencils and other awards. In Saatchi & Saatchi international agency, starting from copyrighter ending with European regional creative director, as a result of multi-year efforts, …

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Georgia’s Port City To Host Kefal Festival

KEFAL FEST will be held for the first time in Poti, port city of Georgia, on 12 August 2018. The main event of the festival will be the only city-scale international game called ARGO QUEST. The festival will also offer competitions in sports fisheries, marathon, water skiing, beach games, various …

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Georgian Designer Will Be Among Juries of Awwwards 2018

22-year-old UX/UI designer, Beka Kereselidze will be among young jury members, at Awwwards 2018 and will judge five different projects  in Design, Usability, Creative and Content. Beka has five year working experience and currently works at adjara.com as UI/UX Designer. From the beginning, I was just an user of website and …

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Green Camp Organized for Young Leaders and Innovators from Keda Municipality

Young leaders and innovators from Keda municipality attended Green Camp organized under the EU-supported CENN project “Keda LEADER” during June 25 to July 4 at the Bulachauri Green Center. 21 winner students of the youth competition “Me LEADER” were part of the 10-day intensive camp course. The environmental specialists delivered …

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First National Registration of Forest in Georgia is Underway

The first national registration of forest is carried out in Georgia. The Environmental Protection and Agriculture Minister Levan Davitashvili said at the meeting that this is the most important stage for forest reform implementation. Meeting was about demonstrating tools and inventory for national forest registration. The aim of which is …

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The City Hall Received New General Plan of Tbilisi

Tbilisi City Hall received a new general plan of land use. Consequently, the development of the capital until 2030 is determined by the plan made by the City Institute. The term of acceptance of a new general plan has been changed several times since the management of Tbilisi demanded to …

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