Svanetian Hymn to the Sun

Text by Tinatin Mosiashvili, Journalist and tour guide BRIEFLY Some History “The Svans are foremost in courage and in power. At any rate, they are masters of the peoples around them and hold possession of the heights of the Caucasus above Dioscurias. They have a king and a council of three hundred men; and they […]

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My personal favorite – Daria Kholodilina

Blogger, travel planner darikomogzauri/trailsandwinesSinori What to eat in the first place: One of my favorite regional dishes is Sinori—thin layers of lavash filled with cottage cheese and baked with juicy cheese-and-garlic sauce. It always gets lost behind Adjaruli Khachapuri, but I think that’s what one has to ask for once in Adjara. It’s funny, but it’s […]

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Georgia in the International Headlines

THE GUARDIAN Food bloggers reveal their cuisine hot spots Complied by Lucy Campbell Full-on feast, Georgia: At Baia’s vineyard, outside Kutaisi, Georgia’s third largest city, rustic tables look out on thousands of vines backed by rolling hills. The supra (Georgian feast) begins as a stream of homemade dishes are set in front of you. The food […]

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Where to Eat, Drink & Dance in Batumi

Text by Ia Prangishvili, Batumi-based special reporter The ancient port of Batumi on the Black Sea coast is the second largest city in Georgia. At first, Batumi’s architecture mostly featured two-story buildings and mansions with piano nobiles, along with abundant historical houses of different architectural styles and characteristic courtyards and public areas. In the past […]

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