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Untitled Gallery Tbilisi Opening to be Held on March 30

Untitled Gallery Tbilisi is delighted to invite you for the opening on 30th of March at 18:00 The Gallery is located in the most charming historic buildings of Tbilisi, Georgia. The space specializes in both emerging and established contemporary artists from South Caucasus to bring people and art together. Untitled …

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Batumi at World Travel Awards

Batumi is nominated as the “Europe’s Leading Emerging Tourism Destination 2019” by the “World Travel Awards” among Sofia (Bulgaria), Matera (Italy), Baku (Azerbaijan), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Derry (Northern Ireland), Kutna Hora (Czech Republic) and Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina). World Travel Awards was established in 1993 to acknowledge, to reward and celebrate …

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TBC Capital Conducted Large Research of Residential Real Estate Market

TBC Capital’s research on the residential real estate sector includes a complete analysis of 2018. Preparation of research was henced by the growing demand of the market participant developers, to receive relevant, reliable and competent information about the sector. Consequently, the research aims to show companies and potential investors the current …

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CROSTY Teams with Zaza Pachulia

Designer Sneaker Brand Appoints the Two Time NBA Champion as their First Brand Ambassador. Georgians who challenge boundaries are coming together this Spring for an exciting new partnership. Designer sneaker brand CROSTY is excited to announce a partnership with their fellow Georgia native, two-time world champion, Zaza Pachulia. The announcement …

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Demand for Real Estate Increases on Renewed Bambis Rigi St.

The new initiative of “Meidan Group” means restoring the historical function of Bambis Rigi Street. As it is known, the production and sale of different products of cotton were done on Bambis Rigi street. Over the past few years, the main part of the commercial spaces located on the street were …

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