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Georgia Switches to Digital Broadcasting Today

Georgia will switch to digital broadcasting tomorrow. Currently used analog broadcasting is terminated at 10:00 tomorrow in Tbilisi’s broadcasting zone, which unites Tbilisi, Sagarejo region, Kojori, Rustavi and Marneuli. The same will take place in the regions in about 8-9 weeks. The switchover applies to the part of the population that …

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Natural Disaster in Tbilisi Reduced Economic Growth by 1%

As a result of Tbilisi flood,  the economy of Georgia faces  a new challenge, because of the natural disaster GDP growth in 2015 will fall by 1%. The process will depend on the effectiveness of projects to be implemented by the government and the size of foreign aid, the amount …

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Switchover to Digital Broadcasting to Take Effect Tomorrow

Georgia will switch to digital broadcasting tomorrow. Currently used analog broadcasting will be terminated at 10:00 tomorrow in Tbilisi’s broadcasting zone, which unites Tbilisi, Sagarejo region, Kojori, Rustavi and Marneuli. The same will take place in the regions in about 8-9 weeks. The switchover applies to the part of the …

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How Much Does A Weekend Trip To Tbilisi Cost? (Infographics)

For those wanting to travel to new places without spending too much, Tbilisi is one of the best destinations to explore, as Georgia is listed among countries with lowest cost of living. CBW has tried to clarify at what price visitors with average incomes are able to spend their weekend …

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World War II History Displayed in Tbilisi

People in Tbilisi have a unique chance to see the private belongings of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin and explore one of the bloodiest wars in world history. Simon Janashia Museum, which is a part of the Georgian National Museum, is inviting the public to attend today’s opening of the exhibition …

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Tbilisi in Top 20 Cheapest Cities in the World

Tbilisi has been named one of the Top 20 cheapest cities in the world for expatriate employees to live and work in, according to a global survey done by Mercer Global. The list, ranking the world’s most expensive and inexpensive cities for expatriates, compared expenses in 207 cities across five continents, …

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Euronews- Traveler’s diary: Tbilisi

It’s generally acknowledged that in Tbilisi old meets new, and the East meets the West. However, once you come to visit, you’ll probably find out that there’s much more “new” around than you might have imagined, and you can have hard time finding a striking difference between Georgia’s fast-changing capital …

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Tbilisi Flood Clean-up Continues, Two Animals Still Missing

Experts clearing flood debris have uncovered two cars from within the 900 metre tunnel at the mouth of the Mtkvari and Vere rivers in central Tbilisi. The cars were swept away by flood water during the June 13 devastating flash flood in the Georgian capital city. Rescue officers from the Emergency …

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5 Tempting Reasons to Visit Tbilisi

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Tbilisi is now featured at Like A Local Guide! Check out 5 reasons to visit Tbilisi – our glorious capital.  Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is a relatively undiscovered travel destination. This fact alone is a great reason to visit, though if you’re still not convinced, Daria, our Tbilisi local, has shared …

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Lithuania Hosts Charity Concert for Tbilisi Flood Victims

Lithuania has joined the global campaign to support and stand by Tbilisi flood victims by hosting a charity concert. Musicians and artists took to the stage in Siauliai city last night, which was dedicated to Georgia and supporting those who had suffered in Saturday night’s disaster, Lithuanian news agency Etaplius.it …

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