...On a frosty day in January 2009, I first walked into Tsmindatsqali settlement. Composed of hundreds of identical small white cottages lined up along unpaved gravel roads, Tsmindatsqali was one of thirty-six new settlements meant to house...
Geographically part of Asia yet professing Christianity, the tiny nation of Georgia has for centuries stood at the confluence of East and West. The capital city of Tbilisi (Tiflis) was situated...
...Socialist Wine and Quantity
Georgians like to say that Georgia is the homeland of wine. Archaeological evidence increasingly verifies this provenance: sites in Georgia, Armenia, and in the nearby Caucasus represent the oldest known...
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