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Technical University to Launch Laboratory for Testing Bridges and Tunnels

According to the director of Municipal Development Fund, the rehabilitation of Georgian Technical University Academic Canter and Research Laboratory for Resting Bridges and Tunnels will be finished in January 2019. „Unique laboratory will be arranged with a full equipment for testing bridges and tunnels. Space arrangement will be completed in …

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Frankfurt Book Fair Opens: Spotlight on Georgia

The 70th Frankfurter Buchmesse and the Guest of Honour Pavilion were officially opened yesterday. Nino Haratishvili and Aka Morchiladze spoke. Khatia Buniatishvili played a concert in the pavilion. The Georgian “characters”, the 33 ornately looping letters of the country’s unique alphabet, are part of the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of …

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Terrassa Group – Implementing the Concept of Green Architecture

Improving Tbilisi’s environment has been of the most topical subjects recently. Development companies are trying to effectively combine construction with greening. The Terrassa Group stands out in this regard. According to the company’s commercial director Tako Gaprindashvili, the firm has a strong sense of social responsibility towards the population, which led to …

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Adjara to Pick 50-60 thousand tons of Citrus in 2018

According to the 2018 forecast indicators, about 50-60 thousand tons of citrus will be picked in Adjara Region. The citrus picking process will start in mid-November in Adjara Region and the processing plants will launch operation on November 25, representatives of Ministry of Agriculture of Adjara Region told BM.GE. The …

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Gurjaani To Host Wine Festival

Gurjaani, town of Georgia’s wine region Kakheti will host second wine festival this weekend. This year festival is set to offer traditional Qvevri and more than 100 varieties of wine by large and small cellars. Gurjaani Wine Festival 2018 is held in the framework of Georgian Wine Week and is …

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Young actors perform Nart Sagas in Georgian and Ossetian

Nart Sagas, one of the oldest Caucasus eposes, received its second life on a theatrical stage of Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film State University of Georgia. A group of young actors performed the ancient stories of courage, friendship and love in Georgian and Ossetian languages. The theatrical performance, which brought …

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