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Chinadaily Describes Georgia as a little Treasure Land in Caucasus

Chinese Newspaper Chinadaily published an article about Georgia, describing Georgia as a little treasure land in Caucasus. Jvari Church was built in the 6th century to celebrate the country’s conversion to Christianity more than 100 years earlier. Photos provided to China Daily Georgia charms with amazing architecture, multiculturalism and its …

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Georgian Wine Forum will Take Place in Great Britain

Georgian Wine Forum is planned to be held in Great Britain next year.  According to the minister of agriculture, Levan Davitashvili, the forum is part of marketing event, which will help to increase the recognition of Georgian wine in Great Britain. “The UK is one of the target markets to …

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Top 10 Hotels In Georgia

TOP 10 Hotels In Georgia

1.Radisson Blu Hotel Batumi Radisson Blu Hotel provides air-conditioned rooms and suites with wooden floors and floor-to-ceiling windows. A laptop safe is provided, and your bathroom includes bathrobes and slippers. A breakfast buffet is provided each morning. Grilled meat and seafood is served in the 19th-floor restaurant. Guests can enjoy …

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Ridge Restaurant Showcases Exotic Cuisine of Georgia

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Simultaneously exotic and comforting, the food served up at one of Bay Ridge’s newest restaurants, Georgian Dream, brings the relatively unknown cuisine of a far-off land right here to Third Avenue. With similarities to both Middle Eastern and European food, while different from both, the cuisine served up at the …

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Georgians Spent 87 Million GEL by Cards Abroad

Clients of Georgian banks spent 87 million GEL by credit cards in August abroad  (08/16- 84,5 million, +3% m.m). According to National Bank statistics, transaction by credit cards in September 2016 is similar to the same data in the previous year (09/16 – 87,009 million). Withdrawal of the money amounts …

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How To Bring Your Friends A Present From Georgia And Not To Bore Them

In the last couple of years the words “local” and “authentic” became really viral among any kind of travelers. Avoiding tourist traps, finding own paths and making friends with the natives is getting as normal as booking all-inclusive tours 7-10 years ago. Same about souvenirs and presents. In my opinion, …

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There will be Wine Festival Held in Signagi on 22nd of October

On 22nd of October, there will be Wine Festival in Signagi which will be organized by local government. It’s been 9 years since the festival is organized in the town and it is well-established tradition already. In the frame of Signagi festival, organizers are going to host people from different …

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An Artisan Cheesmaker in Tbilisi


We’ve seen the doleful little building a hundred times, every time we cross Tbilisi’s Dry Bridge. With the seductive words chacha, grappa and vino hand-painted on the wall enticing us like a red-light district lures lonely sailors, we would move on, thinking, “one of these days.” Then one sweltering summer …

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