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Black Sea Arena to host Mariah Carey

This year, presumably,  Mariah Carey’d concert will be held at BLACK SEA ARENA. The international star is invited by Bravo Records and Alter Vision,  although the official sources do not confirm the information yet. According to BM.ge, expenses will be covered from the funds provided for the Project Check in …

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7.5 Kilometer Rope way – Longest Lift in Georgia Opened

Mamuka Bakhtadze opened the Kobi-Gudauri 7.5 km ropeway, which is the longest in Georgia, 111 gondolas are installed on it. The construction of the ropeway was carried out for 1 year and has not only skiing but also for transportation purposes. In case of locking the Kobi-Gudauri motorway, any citizen …

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Bakuriani to Host Second Phase of Georgian Cup in Skiing

The Georgian Ski Federation will hold the second phase of Georgian Cup in Skiing in Bakuriani on January 19-20, 2019, the information spread by Silknet says. The tournament will be held on Didveli Slope in slalom and big slalom for two days. The Skiers from various regions of Georgia will …

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Georgian Designers and Furniture Producers Strengthen International Ties

A group of Georgian interior designers and furniture producers are visiting the German city of Cologne this week to showcase their products at the design fair taking place during Passagen Interior Design Week, Germany’s largest annual design event. The visit agenda also includes trips to leading German furniture producers to …

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Road to Turkish Border to be Rehabilitated

4,7 million lari will be spent on rehabilitation of the main road to the Turkish border. The Ministry of Infrastructure announced the tender for 2 lots for the procurement of construction works. On the direction of Khashuri-Akhaltsikhe-Vale (border of the Republic of Turkey), one tender is worth of 1.4 million …

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Airbnb to Remove Listings from Abkhazia and South Ossetia

Global hospitality platform Airbnb will remove all listings from occupied territories including Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Airbnb has released a statement noting that their activities in occupied regions could increase the tensions.  statement from Airbnb: As a global platform operating in 191 countries and regions and more than 81,000 cities, we …

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