Inspiring Women: Nana Chkareuli, an Akhalgori IDP Bringing Hope to Tserovani

A mere 40km north of Tbilisi lies one of Georgia's largest IDP settlements, Tserovani...

Helios Georgia: Why Go Solar with Thy Neighbor?

Covid-19 is not the only pandemic we’re fighting: according to recent studies...

Nord Stream is a Bad Dream, & Europe Needs to Wake Up

Gas pipelines into Europe are generally seen in a negative light by the modern populace...

Making Peace & Winning the War against Coronavirus

Georgia is fortunate not only to enjoy peaceful relations with almost all of its neighbors...

Iakob Nikoladze: From Rodin to Georgia

The Georgian National Museum Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery...

Georgian Artist Rusiko Chikvaidze’s New Artworks

With her paintings kept in museums and many private collections all over...

Rafael Aguirre in Tbilisi: Unexpected Things in a Predictable World

It was the most important classical guitar concert in Georgia in decades...

UNESCO Adds Georgian Alphabet to List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) adds Georgian alphabet to the list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity...

Rustaveli Meets Shakespeare in London

On November 28, the Embassy of Georgia to the UK presented the evening 'Shakespeare and Rustaveli meet in London'...

GAU Tbilisi Celebrates Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Day, a national holiday in the US and Canada, was originally...

Lithuanian Pulses of Creation at the Tbilisi History Museum

TBILISI — Between November 19 and 26, the Tbilisi History Museum...

UNICEF Literary Discussion: Social Issues in Modern Geo Art

A discussion as to what extent social issues and problems are reflected...

A Good Week for Film-lovers & Film-makers

We’re looking ahead to what is definitely the best week of the...

Geocell & National Geographic Georgia Announce Blog Contest for a Trip to Kenya

Geocell and National Geographic Georgia this week introduced a contest to promote environmental care         ...