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15 April, 2021
The temporary exhibition space of the New Bolnisi Museum hosts an exhibition of German artists based in Georgia in the XIX-XX centuries. Artists presented at the museum - Paul von...
16 March, 2021
Despite the pandemic caused by Covid-19, the development of ecotourism is actively continuing, the Agency for Protected Areas told Business Partner. According to the agency, in 2021, a...
09 March, 2021
Swiss-Georgian cheese production starts in Dmanisi. The project is implemented by the Swiss agrarian college "Caucasus", which founder is a former minister of agriculture and...
09 December, 2020
Iza Sarkisyan turned her favorite snack - dried fruit into a production product and shared the opportunity to taste it under the name of ''Chemi Chiri". In her homeland -...
24 October, 2018
As part of the project “Young Entrepreneurship Synergy – Network for Georgia-Azerbaijan Cross-Border Cooperation,” the Civil Development Agency (CiDA), a civil society...
30 July, 2018
A memorandum of trilateral cooperation was signed between RMG, winemakers union “Wine Bolnisi” and Bolnisi municipality. The aim of the memorandum is to support RMG as the country...
30 May, 2018
Lika Bochorishvili lives in Shulaveri village, in Marneuli District. She goes to tenth grade at Shota Rustaveli School. Lika is one of the school’s most successful pupils and one of the...
01 March, 2018
The Archeology, international research magazine of US Archaeological Institute, has named ancient wine remains discovered in Georgia in 2017 among the world’s 10 most important...
30 November, 2017
Georgian wine has just broken Guinness world record, official webpage announced. Chemical evidence of wine, dating back to 6000–5800 BC, was obtained from residues of ancient...
22 November, 2017
“Very intensive work has been done by the group of international scientists, and I’m sure everyone is delighted that the research is finalized, and it was acknowledged that the eldest...
17 November, 2017
TIME has published an article about a new archaeological finding in Georgia suggesting how "Europeans have been squeezing wine from grapes for hundreds of years longer than previously...
15 November, 2017
The Washington Post has published an article which refers to ancient Georgians as the first wine-makers. "At the next holiday dinner, when the discussion turns to...
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