Did you have tin soldiers as a child? Maybe you never thought about their historical significance. Brothers Maurice and William of Orange planned wars using silver soldiers set up on a table, thanks to which the Dutch army repeate...

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“One should either be a work of art or wear a work of art” – Oscar Wilde

As Georgia is seeing a staggering increase in the number of tourists each year, the race is indeed on to offer unique, hand-made and, most importantly, ty...

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Ever get the sense that they really don’t know what to think of next? Yet each new invention brings a sense of ‘I never would have thought that up!’ – and Georgia is no exception to this. People here have a real thirst for creativ...

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Don't miss out! Traditional Georgian Blue Tablecloths and napkins on offer at online store nido.ge!

With savings of up to 32%, take advantage and bring a little bit of Georgia home. 

The oldest remaining samples of Blue Tabl...

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In 2016, Nina Menteshashvili and Rezi Beselashvili started their company Altersocks. Bored of the standard black, white and grey on their toes, the pair set about designing more colorful daily alternatives- with prints of Khinkali...

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There are a surprising number of books about or based in Georgia, printed in English and other languages: some for hikers, some for history-lovers, some for aspiring politicians, some for those who love to experiment in the kitche...

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Head up to Mestia this weekend for the Svanetoba on July 29! Find out more below.


One of the meanings of Georgian words ending in “oba” is a day dedicated to the bit which comes before that ending: these are typically f...

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Minankari is the art of coloring and ornamenting the surface of metals by fusing over it brilliant colors that are decorated in an intricate design, held in a frame of gold, silver or copper. 

The oldest existing samples date b...

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From September 28 through 30, the second annual EthnoFest will kick off in Tbilisi. The Ethno Fest (officially known as the International Summit of Crafts and Design), sees craft makers, designers, entrepreneurs, retailers and exp...

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The largest book store chain in Georgia ‘Biblusi’ has launched its first tourist store, named ‘Georgian’. Located at David Aghmashenebeli 55, ‘Georgian’ is one of a kind and offers a great variety of Georgian products to visitors ...

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The main Christmas tree of the Georgian capital was officially lit up in the First Republic Square by Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze and Mayor Kakha Kaladze on Saturday.

A special concert and performances were held at the open...

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Daria Kholodilina, Book Author, Blogger and Travel Planner shares with us her top tips for where to shop.

"After four years of working for the government, I finally started a one-person business based on my knowledge of the Geo...

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