Interesting facts about Georgia

Georgia is a hospitable country, located on the border of Europe and Asia. It is famous for its cuisine, wonderful nature, priceless cultural and historical heritage and the hospitality of the people who inhabit it.

Winemaking in Georgia begins about seven thousand years ago.

Folk dances and songs of the Georgian people are considered the world heritage of UNESCO.

The highest situated settlement in Europe is the Georgian village of Ushguli, it is located at an altitude of more than 2.3 km above sea level.

The country of Colchis from ancient Greek legends and legends is precisely Georgia.

Now the Land of the Rising Sun is called Japan, but the ancient Greeks called this title precisely Georgia.

In Georgia, the country is called not “Georgia”, but “Sakartvelo”.

The Georgian language is very complicated and ancient. The same applies to the Georgian alphabet.

The highest point of Georgia is Mount Shkhara, its peak reaches 5193 meters above sea level.

Georgians are really such a hospitable people, as they say about it, it will be confirmed by everyone who has traveled around this country.

The most ancient remains of the ancestors of modern man were found in the territory of modern Georgia.

In many Georgian high-rise buildings, the lift is on a lift and the descent is free.

In Georgia, it is not customary to take off shoes when entering the house.

The word “daddy” means “mother” in Georgian.

In the Georgian language there is no accent, capital letters and division into the male or female gender.

In ancient times, the city of Tbilisi was a city-state called the Tbilisi Emirate.

All road signs in Georgia are duplicated in English.