Georgia

Masterpieces that cannot be photographed – Tbilisi hosts Vakho Bardavelidze’s very first personal exhibition

On October 11, Tbilisi will host the first personal exhibition of well-known artist in Europe and USA, Vakhtang Bardavelidze.

UNESCO Names Tbilisi World Book Capital 2021

The Director-General of UNESCO, Audrey Azoulay, named Tbilisi (Georgia) World Book Capital for the year 2021.

Pictures of Old Tbilisi in Color Taken Decades Ago

Tornike Kublashvili decided to bring color to old Tbilisi and make it easier for us to imagine how it looked like decades ago. 

Tbilisi City Assembly Grants Geographic Object with Name of Giya Kancheli

Tbilisi City Assembly has the initiative to grant one of geographical objects with the name of Gia Kancheli.

Georgian Writer Beqa Adamashvili Receives European Union Prize For Literature

Writer Beqa Adamashvili received European Union Prize For Literature, becoming first ever Georgian to win the award. 

SOCAR Installs Solar Panels on one of the Petrol Stations

SOCAR continues its activities in the field of environmental protection within the framework of CSR Platform "5 Standards of Responsibility".

And Then We Danced is Nominated for EUFA

The European Film Academy and Filmfest Hamburg announced five nominated films for the European University Film Award (EUFA).

Georgian Composer Gia Kancheli Dies at 84

Georgian composer, Gia Kancheli passed away at the age of 84. 

Colchian Habitats and Wetlands of Georgia Might be Granted with Natural Heritage Site Status

Deputy of the Minister of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia, Iuri Nozadze met experts of ICUN (International Union for Conservation of Nature).