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New Wine Festival will take place at Mtatsminda Park

2016-12-04T17:27:40+04:00Blog, Regions of Georgia, Tbilisi|

New Wine Festival will be held at Mtatsminda Park on May 13-14 this year. Taking into consideration an unprecedented number of future participants, Georgian Wine Club has made decision about its new location. Georgian Wine Club will launch a closed tasting on the first day of the festival on May 13, highlighting Kvevri wines outside

Caucasian cheese festival

2015-09-03T23:06:07+04:00Blog, Regions of Georgia, Tbilisi|

Caucasian cheese festival will take place in Tbilisi on 10 October on Rike square. Date of the festival - 10.10.2015 (Saturday) Area of the festival will be opened at 10 o'clock for the participants. 12:00 - for the guests. 13:00 - official open of the festival. 17:00 - rewarding of the winners. Do not miss

Charming unknown Tbilisi part 1

2016-12-04T17:27:42+04:00Blog, Regions of Georgia, Tbilisi|

Charming unknown Tbilisi - collection of photos. The Entrance Halls, Doorways & Balconies of old Tbilisi, unique photos of those places, which, most likely you will not see during standard Tbilisi city tour. Photos of different artists were collected by Nana Georgiani. Next parts also will come soon.

Upper Vardzia monastery

2016-12-04T17:27:42+04:00Churches and monasteries of Georgia, Places of interest, Regions of Georgia, Samtskhe-Javakheti|

Another spiritual currently known as Zeda  (upper)  Vardzia that is earlier compared to Vardzia Monastery is located north-westward of the latter, in the middle of a small gorge,  upstream the Kura River, its main construction – Mother of God church has survived till nowadays.  This monument made of hewn stone blocks has got two naves 

About Tbilisi

2016-12-04T17:27:49+04:00Places of interest, Regions of Georgia, Tbilisi, Towns and villages|

Tbilisi is the capital and the largest city of Georgia, lying on the banks of the Mt'k'vari (Kura) River. The name Tbilisi is derived from an early Georgian form T'pilisi and it was officially known as Tiflis until 1936. The city covers an area of 726 km2 (280 sq mi) and has 1,480,000 inhabitants. Founded

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