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Georgian is the official language of Georgia and the country's most widely spoken language, used on all street signs and in all aspects of everyday life. There are about 4.1 million people who speak Georgian on a daily basis: ~3.9 million living in Georgia and the rest living abroad, notably in Russia. Georgian uses one of the world's 12 unique alphabets, Mkhedruli—"that of the warrior." Georgian (Kartuli) is related to three other languages, all spoken within Georgia and Northeastern Turkey: Megreli, Svan, and Laz.
7 days Unforgettable week in Georgia 2013
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7 days Unforgettable week in Georgia 2013

Duration: 7Days from: US$100

Destinations: Tbilisi,Mtskheta, Gori, Uplistsikhe, Borjomi, Akhaltsikhe, Vardzia, Kutaisi

Drive to Mtskheta (UNESCO Heritage Site), an ancient capital of the Georgian Kingdom from the 3rd century BC to the 5th century AD. Jvari Monastery (6th c.); Svetitskhoveli Cathedral built in the 11th century. Drive back to Tbilisi. ...

10 days Georgian Fairytale 2013
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10 days Georgian Fairytale 2013

Duration: 10Days from: US$100

Destinations: Tbilisi,Lagodekhi, Kvarel, Gremi, Telavi, Tsinandali, Signagi, Gareji, Mtskheta, Borjomi, Akhaltsikhe, Gori, Uplistsikhe

Drive to Lagodekhi at 13:00 to pick up new members of your group from the border with Azerbaijan. It will take about 30 – 40 minutes. Afterwards drive to Kvareli. We will visit wine cellar called “Gvirabi”- tunnel. ...

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