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.."Arriving in Kazbegi 3 hours after departing the Capital, I was able to experience my own bit of mountain life.  2200 meters above sea level the air was pure, the skies were blue and the views of Mt Kazbeg were simply stunning. I was also lucky enough to visit the Gergeti Trinity church, the highest church in Europe. " Read more Source:

Georgia’s capital is anything but orderly. Despite this—or because of it—it's one of the best, most strikingly original cities in the world. There are cities that make sense. The streets glide along straight, clean lines, their names uniform from start to finish. Bridges are crossable. Signs point in the proper direction. Then there’s Tbilisi. Riotous and anarchic, the capital of Georgia is anything but organized. Locals use Soviet-era street names—Leselidze, Davitashvili, Perovskaya—found only on decades-old maps. Wine is sold in repurposed Coca-Cola bottles for a dollar a liter from boulevard underpasses. The electricity still

Every autumn, a spectacular animal migration takes place in Georgia’s Tusheti region in the northern Caucasus Mountains. Radio Free Europe photographer Amos Chapple recently joined a group of shepherds and their dogs on what he refers to as a “deadly, boozy journey” from the steep mountains to the plains, as they brought their 1,200 sheep down to their winter pastures. Read more Source: