Tbilisi | Monica Ellena | 9 January 2017

After evolving in parallel for centuries, thanks to UNESCO, the three Georgian alphabets became intangible cultural heritage of humanity. A living and charming heritage, but one to be protected

Inside Tbilisi’s Biker Bar 

A hot summer’s night in Tbilisi and the roar of motorcycles fills the air at the very end of a sidestreet running adjacent to the city’s Opera House.

Georgia: Chiatura-Zestaponi the city of mines

Chiatura-Zestaponi industrial cluster is less than 200 kilometres far from Tbilisi and it has been operating for more than one century. 

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