Articles World About Us

EURONEWS: Warming to Tbilisi

In the first of our series exploring the sights and delights of Georgia, Georgian Life, we begin our journey in the country’s largest city and its capital Tbilisi. The stunning view from the hill above the city shows a patchwork of ancient and modern urban spaces, reflecting Tbilisi’s history from its foundation in the 5th century to the latest architectural achievements. “This is one





10 buildings showing the future of architecture

We’re entering a new age in architecture — one where we expect our buildings to deliver far more than just shelter. We want buildings that inspire us while helping the environment; buildings that delight our senses while serving the needs of a community; buildings made possible both by new technology and re-purposed materials. In my TED Book, The Future of Architecture in 100 Buildings, I com





Azerbaijani tourists head to Georgia

By Nigar Orujova The amazing nature of Azerbaijan is full of wonders and magnetism that attracts tourists and locals. However, travelling around the world opens other perspectives. Azerbaijanis prefer visiting neighbor countries, as it’s faster, safer and cost-efficient. Turkey and Georgia are the favorite destination of the population. Number of Azerbaijani tourists who visited Georgia





THRILLIST: Georgia featured in the top-5 of European countries with its great cuisine!

Georgia ranks 4th in the list of 48 european countries ranked by Food/Drink 4. Georgia Georgia sits in the middle of the ancient spice route between Europe and the Middle East and Asia, so the country’s dishes are imbued with an incredibly rich and unique use of herbs & spices, like cilantro and dried marigold, that are used in combinations not seen in the other individual regions and ar





Mtskheta – Where UNESCO Meets the World’s Best Beans!

MTSKHETA, Georgia, located 20 kilometers north of Tbilisi, might be as famous among locals for its velvety, red beans as for its stunning UNESCO World Heritage monuments. One of Georgia’s oldest cities, and the former capital of the Kingdom of Iberia (from 300 BCE), Mtskheta is home to the country’s holiest sites, including Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and Jvari Monastery (pictured below). The