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Street Food in Tbilisi

National Geographic TV Programme Street Food Around The World visited Georgia. Focusing on the most widely used ingredients, Ishai Golan had 25 hours to taste all the foods Tbilisi’s streets had to offer. “Despite a turbulent past, Georgian cuisine has maintained an exceptional variety of foods. Ishai has 24 hours to taste all the foods […]

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WinExpo Georgia 2014

The 7 th International Wine and Spirits Fair – WinExpo Georgia 2014 to be held from 6 to 8 June 2014 in Tbilisi. Winexpo Georgia – the only international Wine and Spirits Fair in Georgia and in the whole Caucasus Region, presenting full range of wine industry, products and services. So it’s a unique chance […]

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Rough Guides Top 10 Countries for 2014

Georgia is currently untouched by mass tourism, but things are changing, so go now to enjoy the unspoiled hiking in the Caucasus mountains, the historic taverns of Tbilisi, the Black Sea resort of Batumi and the gorgeous old towns of Svaneti and Kazbegi. Visiting is easier than ever before; citizens of all EU countries, Australia, […]

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Georgia: The Land Where Wine Was Born

Wine lovers have a lot to thank Georgia for. This is where wine production first began, over 7000 years ago.Archaeological remains suggest that as early as 4000 BC grape juice was being placed in underground clay jars, or Kvevri, to ferment during the winter. Georgia is a land famed for its natural bounty. These days […]

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Georgia Unforgettable Energy Of Freedom

Georgia: Production Company: Formula Creative. Director: Giorgi Liponava. Dop: Gela Chinchaladze. Music By: Iliko Sukhishvili, David Porchkhidze, David Gabunia. Executive Producer: Levan Lominadze, Dimitri Sharashidze.

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Georgia Looks Toward End Of Russian Wine Embargo

Russia hit Georgia six years ago with a wine embargo. Suddenly, the market that had consumed 80 percent of Georgia’s wine exports closed. Now there is serious talk of lifting the embargo. Voice of America’s James Brooke reports from Sighnaghi, Georgia, on how the country’s wine industry has fared during the past six years and […]

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Tbilisoba – Capital’s Festival

Georgians relax and have fun during the weekend-long annual city celebration, called “Tbilisoba.” The festival features concerts and various cultural events. It follows a long election campaign, which ended with a peaceful transfer of power for the first time in the country’s post-Soviet history.

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Public Service Hall

The Public Service Hall holds a special place among the many important reforms and innovatory projects successfully implemented by the Ministry of Justice of Georgia.Previously, One-Stop-Shop principle, introduced by the Ministry of Justice brought the invaluable results.

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Rabati Castle in Akhaltsikhe

A wander around Akhaltsikhe’s rabati (old town), with its multicultural architecture, is well worthwhile. This district is on a hill on the north side of the Potskhovi, just west of the bridge. Rare examples of darbazebi (traditional Georgian houses) cluster around the castle, which was built in the 12th century and houses a mosque from […]

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Summer in Batumi 2012

Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian and Georgian.

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CNN reports about Lazika

Editor’s note: CNN’s Eye On series is visiting Georgia. Read and watch reports from the country online and on TV until June 24. http://edition.cnn.com/2012/06/13/world/europe/eye-on-georgia-lazika/index.html?hpt=hp_c3

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Tourism in Georgia 2012

New advertising tourism in Georgia in 2012

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The new cable way

Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian and Georgian.

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