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Tbilisi named Europe's most curious city

UK travel magazine Condé Nast Traveller named Tbilisi Europe's most curious city in the article of journalist Tara Isabella Burton, who visited Georgia. "No other city in Europe is as …

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Market of building materials burns in Tbilisi

A fire occurred today in the Eliava building materials market in Tbilisi, the Emergency Management Service of Georgia reports. The fire started in the afternoon in the shop for the production of metal and plastic products on Aveladze …

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Tbilisi amongst world's safest countries

Georgia ranks fifth among 125 countries in the 2018 Crime Index by Numbeo. The country has improved its ranking by two steps compared to last year, the country;'s Ministry of Internal Affairs reported. "Numbeo has rated the …

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New school year starts in Georgia

The new school year has started in Georgia on September 17. More than 50 thousand children will start school today. Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili spoke at the 51st public school in central Tbilisi today to …

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 Tbilisi's Paliashvili Street to be rehabilitated

One of the main streets in Vake district of Georgia’s capital of Tbilisi will be completely rehabilitated, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze said. According to him, a total of 1 million GEL will be spent on the …

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Merkel dismisses Germany's dependence on Russian gas

A planned sub-sea pipeline that will bring gas directly from Russia under the Baltic Sea will not make Germany dependent on Russia for energy, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said, addressing university students in the Georgian …

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Georgia to host Italian opera Festival Verdi

Italy's opera Festival Verdi will be hosted in Georgian cities, after the Tbilisi Opera and State Ballet Theatre signed a deal with Italy's celebrated Teatro Regio di Parma. The Italian company, official holders of the license …

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Merkel's first stop in Caucasus: Tbilisi

Tbilisi is expecting German Chancellor Angela Merkel's first visit to Georgia. The German Chancellor will arrive in Tbilisi today at 15:30 local time. She will be met at the Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International …

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Armenia citizens injured in Tbilisi road accident

Armenian citizens were injured in already second road accident in Tbilisi this week. Today, at 4։26am, the 911 emergency hotline of Armenia received information from the Emergency Situations Management Agency of Georgia, according to …

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Russia to opens new visa center in Tbilisi tomorrow

A Russian visa center will open in Tbilisi on August 17, which should speed up processing documents for Georgian citizens, the Interests Section for the Russian Federation at the Swiss Embassy in Georgia said. Two sources in Russian …

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AZAL to restore flights on Baku-Tbilisi-Baku route

Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL) will restore flights on route Baku-Tbilisi-Baku starting October 28, 2018, the press service of “Azerbaijan Airlines” CJSC said on its website. AZAL flights will be operated according to the …

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Dust cloud hanging over Tbilisi (VIDEO)

People on social networks have expressed their concern regarding dust hanging over the Georgian capital of Tbilisi and asked for explanations from state agencies. The National Agency of Environment said that the dust was related to the …

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Georgia to host International Health Forum

The International Tbilisi Health Forum (Tbilisi Health Forum, THF) will take place in the capital of Georgia. The event will be held on October 25- 27. The relevant information is published on the official THF website. It is reported …

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Georgia Railway adds Tbilisi-Batumi routes in summer

Georgian Railways said that more passages will be scheduled from Tbilisi to Batumi in the summer, due to the hot season and the increased inflow of tourists. Five passages will take place on the Tbilisi-Batumi route from July 19. The …

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Road safety in Tbilisi monitored by 200 smart cameras

A total of 200 smart cameras, which are able to detect license plate numbers, are fully operational in Georgia’s capital of Tbilisi starting from July 9, aiming to expose even minor traffic violations. Of these 200 cameras, 16 …

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