Georgia was once a part of the Soviet Union, but culturally it's always been a world apart.
The Georgian people have their own language and alphabet and have never thought of themselves as Russian. In the capital, Tbilisi, exotic cultures and ancient religions have coexisted for centuries.
place a high value on friendship and have always welcomed visitors into their country with warm hospitality and a "live and let live" philosophy.

Today, the country is in transition and what makes traveling in Georgia so unique is the absence of tourists. This is a new frontier, and the world is stepping in to lend a hand.


Georgian Language

Folk dance

Ilia Chavchavadze


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