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Winter Tourism Season Officially Opened in Mestia

Winter tourism season in Mestia is officially opened. On the slopes of Hatsvali the first stage of a mini-ski cup was held in a special and giant slalom. Exhibition space, ice sculptures were arranged for the season-opening and New Year exhibition-forum was held where Georgian products were presented. In the …

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List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites Of Georgia

Georgia is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. They are namely; Bagrati Cathedral and Gelati Monastery, Mtskheta Historical Monuments, and Upper Svaneti Caucasus mountains, villages, and tower houses. To be included on the World Heritage List, sites or intangible cultural practices must be evaluated by UNESCO as having outstanding universal …

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The Caucasus Mountain Center to Be Built in Svaneti

”It is a very good opportunity for the further development of tourism in Georgia. We are excited about launching this project, and I strongly believe that it will be one of the exemplary destinations in Georgia and in the wider region. It will have a tremendous impetus for the development …

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80% of Local Population Supports Construction of Nenskra HPP

80% of local population back a construction of Nenskra HPP, the Mestia District Governor Kapiton Zhorzholiani told the Business Morning. Local budget revenues have considerably increased, he said. “In 2017 the local budget received 2.2 million GEL from Nenskra HPP project and this amount is of vital importance for Svaneti”, …

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Nenskra Hydropower Plant is a Unique Project for Georgia

Korean K-Water Assists Partnership Fund to Construct Nenskra HPP

“The Partnership Fund” is constructing Nenskra HPP together with a Korean company K-Water in Svaneti, on the Enguri River tributary. Nenskra HPP will start generating electric power in 2019. The project is scheduled to be completed in 2021. Natia Turnava, Deputy CEO of the Partnership Fund talks to “Business Morning” …

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Erti Kava – Business by Ukrainian Girls in Mestia

Cafe named as Erti Kava (One Coffee) offers delicious coffee to clients in Mestia, Svaneti Region. The cafe was founded by Russian and Ukrainian girls, who have moved to Svaneti for living. Ksenia Parjiani, one of the authors of the idea told Women Narrative that the demand for product changes …

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