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Georgian Photographer David Tabagari s Alternative Tbilisi
Exclusive Interview New talents are emerging in various fields of art in Georgia, and photography is no exception. Photography has always been popular in Georgia, since the very introduction of the field, and the latest technological advancements and diverse opportunities are now enabling these photographers to create amazing works that go viral on social media and tell stories about people, events, and more. In this regard, the most distinguished and aspiring self-made Georgian photographer is 22-year-old David Tabagari, who has already earned fame through his impressive works on social media. The young photographer is known for telling real stories through portraits of ordinary people of different professions, such as fireman, sailors, police, miners, etc. Yet, he has also become famous for his images of night-time Tbilisi. The photographer lately held a public meeting, where he gave insight into his work and shared his experience with the audience. GEORGIA TODAY has had the pleasure of watching his career develop over the last few years, and in this interview, we explore how David started on his journey as a photographer.   How did you start your career in photography? When I was 5-6 years old and playing with other kids, I saw everything as a scene to be captured. At the age of 12, I started taking photos with my mobile, and gradually my interest towards photography evolved. Then I bought a small digital Sybershot camera and started out on my first steps into proper photography. This camera served me two years and in this period I took my first photos in my hometown Chiatura. This is well-known town notable for its soviet architecture, cable cars and mines. Later, my parents gave me a camera with which I embarked on a photographic career more seriously and actively. Through practice and travelling a lot, I developed quick pace photography, walking the streets and capturing everything I met on my way. I can say with pride that I’m a self-made photographer and I have not attended any training or classes in this direction. I think learning through one’s practice and mistakes is the best way to perfect your skills and shape yourself as a professional in a particular field.   You regularly go out into Tbilisi and capture alternative Tbilisi at night. You managed to depict winter Tbilisi from an absolutely different perspective and elevate the New Year’s mood among the citizens. Tell us more about your night journey. I started capturing night Tbilisi around a year ago. The work process at night is really interesting and unusual since I try to depict what is not visible to people as a rule. During the daytime, the city is familiar, yet the night city is totally different with its illuminations and buildings. I try to work almost every night, heading out at around 11-12 o’clock and getting home at 5-6 in the morning. To be honest, it is really exhausting to work at night in such circumstances, especially in winter when its freezing. The conditions for taking photos are bad and there is a high chance camera’s objective to be spoiled due to the cold; yet the riskier the process is, the more interesting and adventurous it is for me. I think the key to my success lies in thorough work and great commitment to my job.   What are you working on right now? Currently, I work for Tbilisi City Hall, which saw my photos on social media, liked them and made me an offer to work for them. I have been employed for two months now and I’m honored to work with the team. Name some key moments in your career to date. My portfolio includes several projects for National Geographic, namely a reportage about the Borjomi forest fire, how firemen worked to extinguish it, the results, its present state and what is planned for the future. Additionally, I won the National Geographic project named ‘Nature around us’ – my photo was published in the magazine. My image depicted an abandoned factory in the city of Kutaisi occupied by moss and plants, demonstrating that nothing can withstand the power of nature. Right now, I’m trying to focus on discovering and depicting alternative Tbilisi at night by photographing buildings and people.   What interests you most about photography? Although I’m working towards a Bachelor’s in Law at the Technical University, photography will remain my primary occupation. I’m particularly interested in working in hot spots, and I like urban and street photography, since you can capture and transfer real emotions into an image. It is very emotional to work with ordinary people: I try to photograph real faces and retain the authenticity of their emotions. For me, photography is not solely a field of art, but part of my life and the best way to reflect reality and communicate with people. What I like most about photography is how my camera has allowed me access to places, people and situations I would never otherwise be around. I remember the photo I took on December 28, 2015, that received a massive outcry among the public. I captured an old lady freezing in the street and selling herbs, she was covered in snow and you could barely see her face. As I said, I always try to catch and picture real human emotions, and this poor saleswoman is a clear example of it. When I woke up in the morning, I had a feeling I’d take an important picture that day. The photo went viral on social media and was published by many media publications. The image received positive feedback among the public, and some people even started searching for that woman to help her.

CNN Features Abandoned Tskaltubo Spa
CNN has reported on the abandoned Tskaltubo Spa complex and how the spas have become home for a community of refugees.  Titled ‘the abandoned Soviet-era spas a community of refugees calls home’, the article covers the work of Dutch-Canadian photographer Ryan Koopmans who has spent 5 years photographing the decaying sanatoriums.  Tskaltubo used to be one of the most luxurious and popular spas along the Black Sea. However, as the Soviet Union crumbed, so did the sanatorium, as nature was left to run its course. However, life remained in Tskaltubo. After the fall of the Soviet Union and the outbreak of war for the independence of Abkhazia, refugees fled from their homes in Abkahzia and discovered the abandoned corridors of Tskaltubo. To this day, refugees and the children and grandchildren of the original settlers, still live amongst its decaying rooms. Despite no light, heating or running water the spa’s residents “have had to adapt and create their own makeshift means of survival,” said Koopmans. They even tend animals and vegetables on the spa grounds. Today, the spas are slowly coming to the attention of investors who are beginning to buy back land and renovate dilapidated buildings. As a result, the Georgian government has finally begun re-homing refugees as developers draw up plans to relaunch the spa as a luxury tourist destination. 

Patriarchate Releases Statement Regarding Developments around Jvari Monastery

Georgian Actor Merab Ninidze to Join a Cast of World Stars
A forthcoming drama by Dominic Cooke called Ironbark will feature Georgian actor Merab Ninidze along with other world-renowned cinema stars, including Academy Award-nominated Benedict Cumberbatch, Golden Globe winner Rachel Brosnahan and BAFTA nominee Jessie Buckley. The plot of the film is based on the story of British spy Greville Wynne, played by Cumberbatch, and his work during the Cold War, particularly during the Cuban Missile Crisis. The film is in post-production and the part of Merab Ninidze plays in it has yet to be revealed. Ninidze is a famous Georgian actor who has gone beyond the limits of his motherland and strongly established himself in the arena of world cinematography. His most memorable characters were seen in the following works: Repentance, Roots, My Happy Family, Hostages, Nowhere in Africa and Paper Soldier. He is also known for his roles in the British-American TV series McMafia and the drama Jupiter s Moon by Kornél Mundruczó. Nowhere in Africa, where Ninidze played the role of Walter Redlich, won an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2002. Set for release this year, Ironbark is Ninidze s latest work.

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GIVE SPRING IN SAQARTVELO TO YOUR DARLING!
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Елена & Ирина: Hello! If someone else doubts whether to entrust the organization of rest in Georgia to the My Sweet Georgia team, then I assure you that it is worth it! We are composed of 4 people, rested in the month of September in Batumi. Thanks to the My Sweet Georgia team, our holiday left the best impressions and desire to return again and again to a wonderful and hospitable region. Everything was arranged for the upper class! And accommodation in apartments overlooking the sea, and excursion program with a great guide Gocha! He is very grateful from our company! Thanks to everyone !!! We realized that we would be happy to be in Georgia again and again!

Ольга Турбина: The decision to go to Georgia was spontaneous. I certainly wanted a great guide. It was impossible to change the dates, because I decided to go immediately after the trip. For many years now I have asked you to help me in selecting Yulia's Vaska. And this time, as usual, I turned to her. . Without unnecessary inquiries, the tour was promptly selected. Oh, what wonderful guides I have! Gentleman George and Rusudan Japaridze. She is not just a guide, but the president of the guild of guides, a teacher at the university and a doctor of historical sciences? perfectly knowing the history of Georgia, Rusudan wonderful soul man! Loving his job. Sincere and open. I was imbued with her love for Georgia. However, it's impossible not to fall in love with Georgia! Architecture, nature, hospitality, delicious food-everything is on top! Perhaps this is the best country, from those where I was lucky to visit. And the best guides. I will return to Georgia necessarily!

Irina & Konstantin: 7-26 June 2018 traveled to beautiful Georgia with her husband, ordered an individual tour. The SweetGeorgia team at all stages of the trip planning gave good feedback, advised, chose, took into account all our wishes. Throughout the tour with us was Gocha Zurabovich, our guide, our driver. We are very grateful to this acquaintance, on this trip we found a wonderful friend in the person of Gochi) the atmosphere during the tour in every city, in every place wherever we were (and we were many where) were friendly, friendly, easy. Georgia is a very hospitable country! The route of our tour was observed according to the contract, but we made adjustments, if for example we wanted to suddenly go somewhere. The company is very loyal and flexible towards customers. Of the minuses I can say regret that we did not get to the dolphinarium in Batumi (swimming with dolphins), although it was mentioned several months ago. Because of the large flow of visitors, there were no tickets. I wish that tickets / reservations for such events were made in advance, and not in the & quot; last & quot; moment. You can write a lot and a long time, and still not express all the emotions that this trip gave us! We will necessarily arrive yet, and can even acquire real estate in this wonderful country) And we can say with certainty that the SweetGeorgia company can give its customers a wonderful variety of holidays in accordance with wishes! Special thanks to Yuri for the discount and attention to our pair. Thanks to Livani for the tour of old Tiflis, thank you for all the random and not casual acquaintances! Well, Gocha, our & quot; daddy & quot; we just adore! Very much we miss! Come with parents, with children, with loved ones, or just alone. In sunny Georgia you will not be alone!

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Georgian Photographer David Tabagari s Alternative Tbilisi
Exclusive Interview New talents are emerging in various fields of art in Georgia, and photography is no exception. Photography has always been popular in Georgia, since the very introduction of the field, and the latest technological advancements and diverse opportunities are now enabling these photographers to create amazing works that go viral on social media and tell stories about people, events, and more. In this regard, the most distinguished and aspiring self-made Georgian photographer is 22-year-old David Tabagari, who has already earned fame through his impressive works on social media. The young photographer is known for telling real stories through portraits of ordinary people of different professions, such as fireman, sailors, police, miners, etc. Yet, he has also become famous for his images of night-time Tbilisi. The photographer lately held a public meeting, where he gave insight into his work and shared his experience with the audience. GEORGIA TODAY has had the pleasure of watching his career develop over the last few years, and in this interview, we explore how David started on his journey as a photographer.   How did you start your career in photography? When I was 5-6 years old and playing with other kids, I saw everything as a scene to be captured. At the age of 12, I started taking photos with my mobile, and gradually my interest towards photography evolved. Then I bought a small digital Sybershot camera and started out on my first steps into proper photography. This camera served me two years and in this period I took my first photos in my hometown Chiatura. This is well-known town notable for its soviet architecture, cable cars and mines. Later, my parents gave me a camera with which I embarked on a photographic career more seriously and actively. Through practice and travelling a lot, I developed quick pace photography, walking the streets and capturing everything I met on my way. I can say with pride that I’m a self-made photographer and I have not attended any training or classes in this direction. I think learning through one’s practice and mistakes is the best way to perfect your skills and shape yourself as a professional in a particular field.   You regularly go out into Tbilisi and capture alternative Tbilisi at night. You managed to depict winter Tbilisi from an absolutely different perspective and elevate the New Year’s mood among the citizens. Tell us more about your night journey. I started capturing night Tbilisi around a year ago. The work process at night is really interesting and unusual since I try to depict what is not visible to people as a rule. During the daytime, the city is familiar, yet the night city is totally different with its illuminations and buildings. I try to work almost every night, heading out at around 11-12 o’clock and getting home at 5-6 in the morning. To be honest, it is really exhausting to work at night in such circumstances, especially in winter when its freezing. The conditions for taking photos are bad and there is a high chance camera’s objective to be spoiled due to the cold; yet the riskier the process is, the more interesting and adventurous it is for me. I think the key to my success lies in thorough work and great commitment to my job.   What are you working on right now? Currently, I work for Tbilisi City Hall, which saw my photos on social media, liked them and made me an offer to work for them. I have been employed for two months now and I’m honored to work with the team. Name some key moments in your career to date. My portfolio includes several projects for National Geographic, namely a reportage about the Borjomi forest fire, how firemen worked to extinguish it, the results, its present state and what is planned for the future. Additionally, I won the National Geographic project named ‘Nature around us’ – my photo was published in the magazine. My image depicted an abandoned factory in the city of Kutaisi occupied by moss and plants, demonstrating that nothing can withstand the power of nature. Right now, I’m trying to focus on discovering and depicting alternative Tbilisi at night by photographing buildings and people.   What interests you most about photography? Although I’m working towards a Bachelor’s in Law at the Technical University, photography will remain my primary occupation. I’m particularly interested in working in hot spots, and I like urban and street photography, since you can capture and transfer real emotions into an image. It is very emotional to work with ordinary people: I try to photograph real faces and retain the authenticity of their emotions. For me, photography is not solely a field of art, but part of my life and the best way to reflect reality and communicate with people. What I like most about photography is how my camera has allowed me access to places, people and situations I would never otherwise be around. I remember the photo I took on December 28, 2015, that received a massive outcry among the public. I captured an old lady freezing in the street and selling herbs, she was covered in snow and you could barely see her face. As I said, I always try to catch and picture real human emotions, and this poor saleswoman is a clear example of it. When I woke up in the morning, I had a feeling I’d take an important picture that day. The photo went viral on social media and was published by many media publications. The image received positive feedback among the public, and some people even started searching for that woman to help her.

CNN Features Abandoned Tskaltubo Spa
CNN has reported on the abandoned Tskaltubo Spa complex and how the spas have become home for a community of refugees.  Titled ‘the abandoned Soviet-era spas a community of refugees calls home’, the article covers the work of Dutch-Canadian photographer Ryan Koopmans who has spent 5 years photographing the decaying sanatoriums.  Tskaltubo used to be one of the most luxurious and popular spas along the Black Sea. However, as the Soviet Union crumbed, so did the sanatorium, as nature was left to run its course. However, life remained in Tskaltubo. After the fall of the Soviet Union and the outbreak of war for the independence of Abkhazia, refugees fled from their homes in Abkahzia and discovered the abandoned corridors of Tskaltubo. To this day, refugees and the children and grandchildren of the original settlers, still live amongst its decaying rooms. Despite no light, heating or running water the spa’s residents “have had to adapt and create their own makeshift means of survival,” said Koopmans. They even tend animals and vegetables on the spa grounds. Today, the spas are slowly coming to the attention of investors who are beginning to buy back land and renovate dilapidated buildings. As a result, the Georgian government has finally begun re-homing refugees as developers draw up plans to relaunch the spa as a luxury tourist destination. 

Patriarchate Releases Statement Regarding Developments around Jvari Monastery

Georgian Actor Merab Ninidze to Join a Cast of World Stars
A forthcoming drama by Dominic Cooke called Ironbark will feature Georgian actor Merab Ninidze along with other world-renowned cinema stars, including Academy Award-nominated Benedict Cumberbatch, Golden Globe winner Rachel Brosnahan and BAFTA nominee Jessie Buckley. The plot of the film is based on the story of British spy Greville Wynne, played by Cumberbatch, and his work during the Cold War, particularly during the Cuban Missile Crisis. The film is in post-production and the part of Merab Ninidze plays in it has yet to be revealed. Ninidze is a famous Georgian actor who has gone beyond the limits of his motherland and strongly established himself in the arena of world cinematography. His most memorable characters were seen in the following works: Repentance, Roots, My Happy Family, Hostages, Nowhere in Africa and Paper Soldier. He is also known for his roles in the British-American TV series McMafia and the drama Jupiter s Moon by Kornél Mundruczó. Nowhere in Africa, where Ninidze played the role of Walter Redlich, won an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2002. Set for release this year, Ironbark is Ninidze s latest work.

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+995 595 01 35 81
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Reviews

Елена & Ирина: Hello! If someone else doubts whether to entrust the organization of rest in Georgia to the My Sweet Georgia team, then I assure you that it is worth it! We are composed of 4 people, rested in the month of September in Batumi. Thanks to the My Sweet Georgia team, our holiday left the best impressions and desire to return again and again to a wonderful and hospitable region. Everything was arranged for the upper class! And accommodation in apartments overlooking the sea, and excursion program with a great guide Gocha! He is very grateful from our company! Thanks to everyone !!! We realized that we would be happy to be in Georgia again and again!

Ольга Турбина: The decision to go to Georgia was spontaneous. I certainly wanted a great guide. It was impossible to change the dates, because I decided to go immediately after the trip. For many years now I have asked you to help me in selecting Yulia's Vaska. And this time, as usual, I turned to her. . Without unnecessary inquiries, the tour was promptly selected. Oh, what wonderful guides I have! Gentleman George and Rusudan Japaridze. She is not just a guide, but the president of the guild of guides, a teacher at the university and a doctor of historical sciences? perfectly knowing the history of Georgia, Rusudan wonderful soul man! Loving his job. Sincere and open. I was imbued with her love for Georgia. However, it's impossible not to fall in love with Georgia! Architecture, nature, hospitality, delicious food-everything is on top! Perhaps this is the best country, from those where I was lucky to visit. And the best guides. I will return to Georgia necessarily!

Irina & Konstantin: 7-26 June 2018 traveled to beautiful Georgia with her husband, ordered an individual tour. The SweetGeorgia team at all stages of the trip planning gave good feedback, advised, chose, took into account all our wishes. Throughout the tour with us was Gocha Zurabovich, our guide, our driver. We are very grateful to this acquaintance, on this trip we found a wonderful friend in the person of Gochi) the atmosphere during the tour in every city, in every place wherever we were (and we were many where) were friendly, friendly, easy. Georgia is a very hospitable country! The route of our tour was observed according to the contract, but we made adjustments, if for example we wanted to suddenly go somewhere. The company is very loyal and flexible towards customers. Of the minuses I can say regret that we did not get to the dolphinarium in Batumi (swimming with dolphins), although it was mentioned several months ago. Because of the large flow of visitors, there were no tickets. I wish that tickets / reservations for such events were made in advance, and not in the & quot; last & quot; moment. You can write a lot and a long time, and still not express all the emotions that this trip gave us! We will necessarily arrive yet, and can even acquire real estate in this wonderful country) And we can say with certainty that the SweetGeorgia company can give its customers a wonderful variety of holidays in accordance with wishes! Special thanks to Yuri for the discount and attention to our pair. Thanks to Livani for the tour of old Tiflis, thank you for all the random and not casual acquaintances! Well, Gocha, our & quot; daddy & quot; we just adore! Very much we miss! Come with parents, with children, with loved ones, or just alone. In sunny Georgia you will not be alone!

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Rise above the Bustle!

Rise above the Bustle!

Visit the snowiest ski resort of Georgia! Goderdzi ski resort is in the region of Mountainous Adjara, just a couple hours' drive from Batumi and the Black Sea coast. The standard tour duration is seven days (other tailored options are also available).    A detailed description of the resorts is available here. You can also view the tour brochure by clicking here.   The tour price includes: transfer from Batumi to Goderdzi and back, accommodation in Goderdzi (six nights), two meals a day (breakfast and dinner), ski pass (five days). For an extra fee you can: book a hotel room in Batumi in case you arrive late in the evening, rent skis, snowboards and other equipment, use ski / snowboard instructor services. Attention! Booking a tour at the prices indicated here is possible if there are rooms available in the hotels of the selected category during the period of your planned stay.
Give spring in Saqartvelo to your Darling!

Give spring in Saqartvelo to your Darling!

"My dear, sunshine in the forest" - where, if not in Georgia, can you sing these words for your Darling against the background of fresh foliage, delicate spring flowers and spring smiles? Tour for those who love! At the very beginning of spring, when tulips are blooming in the foothills, and rosebuds are poured on the wounds, it’s time to go to Georgia. Because Georgia is a country of love! Wander through the romantic streets of Old Tbilisi, sit in a cafe above Kura, see everything connected with the Great Love - Bodbe Monastery, City of Love Sighnaghi, Chavchavadze’s estate in Tsinandali .. In this tour, everything is only about love - and songs, and stories and wine ...   Night shadows are laid upon the Georgian hills, Aragva’s noise spreads in the air; My heart is light, my sorrow is blessed, and still Is filled with you; I am aware  That my despondency just quietly runs its course - Is not disturbed, and I am growing To feel again: my heart is full of love, - because It cannot do without loving....
The Trail of St. Nino. Pilgrimage Tour

The Trail of St. Nino. Pilgrimage Tour

Georgia is a traditionally Orthodox country. The history of the Georgian church dates back to the beginning of Christianity. We are inviting everybody interested to go on an amazing trip following the trail of St.Nino Equal to the Apostles and the Enlightener of Georgia. The eight-day tour starting from Tbilisi or Kutaisi includes visiting Vardzia, Khertvisi, Uplistsikhe, Mtskheta, Ananuri, Bodbe and Kakheti. The price is given for the "all inclusive" option. You can also choose the "bed and breakfast" option (BB). The prices per person for the BB tour are as follows: in a group of 2-3 persons - 530$, in a group of 4-5 persons - 380$, in a group of 6-11 persons - 335$, in a group of 12-17 persons - 300$, in a groups of 18 or more persons - 260$. The tour price includes: welcome and farewell at the airports of Tbilisi, Kutaisi or Batumi, staying in budget hotels and guest houses (twin and triple rooms), comfortable transportation (Mercedes-Vito or Mercedes-Sprinter), an accompanying guide throughout the tour, admission tickets (where necessary according to the programme), meals: FB* or BB**, drinking water in the bus, Wi-Fi in the bus and during excursions. The price does not include: admission to landmarks and public places not on the programme, wine (minimum 3$ a litre), other events or services not on the programme.

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Солянка по-мегрельски

Солянка по-мегрельски

Несмотря на название, этот рецепт смело надо относить к горячим блюдам, а не к супам, сходство заключается в наличии соленых огурцов, которые придают особую пикантность, сочность и яркость мясу. Родиной этой солянки является Мегрелия - историческая область на западе Грузии Говядину надо помыть, просушить бумажным полотенцем и нарезать крупными кубиками. Лук, и огурцы нарезаем мелкими кубиками. Чеснок режем меленько. В сковородку кладем мясо и масло, обжариваем равномерно со всех сторон около 15 минут. Вынимаем мясо из сковородки, кладем в нее лук и обжариваем до прозрачности, к луку возвращаем мясо, наливаем бульон, ставим сковороду на сильный огонь. После того, как солянка закипела, в сковородку добавляем томатную пасту, чеснок и соленые огурцы. Огонь делаем небольшим, накрываем сковородку крышкой и тушим до готовности мяса. Готовое блюдо посыпаем свежей зеленью. Приятнейшего Вам аппетита! Готовьте с удовольствием!
Жареная баранина с гранатом

Жареная баранина с гранатом

1-й вариант Жирную баранину обмыть, нарубить на небольшие куски, положить в кастрюлю и поджарить. При жарений мяса выделяется сок, который требуется слить в отдельную посуду и накрыть крышкой. Репчатый лук очистить, нашинковать, положить в, мясо, которое еще раз прожарить с луком, после чего залить мясным соком, добавить соль, молотый черный перец и тушить в течение 10-15 минут. Тем временем с граната снять кожуру и тщательно выбрать целые зерна. В тушеное мясо положить зерна граната, осторожно размешать (чтобы зерна граната не помялись) и посыпать сверху мелко нашинкованным: сырым луком. Это блюдо можно приготовить и из говядины. 2-й вариант Жирную баранину нарезать на куски, положить в кастрюлю, посыпать солью и прожарить до готовности. Затем добавить мелко нарезанную зелень киндзы и стручковый перец (сладкий) и через 2-3 минуты снять с огня, переложить на блюдо, посыпать мелко нашинкованным сырым репчатым или зеленым луком и зернами граната.
Суп говяжий со щавелем

Суп говяжий со щавелем

Чтобы приготовить Суп говяжий со щавелем необходимо: Мясо промойте, нарежьте кусочками, залейте водой (3,5 л), доведите до кипения, снимите пену и варите до готовности. За 15 минут до готовности положите лук и морковь целиком. Готовый бульон процедите. Зеленый лук нарежьте, обжарьте в масле, залейте бульоном, добавьте нарезанные картофель, щавель, укроп, петрушку, поперчите, доведите до кипения и варите до готовности картофеля. Яйца взбейте со сметаной и мукой и, медленно помешивая, влейте в бульон, добавьте мясо. Подавайте, посыпав рубленой зеленью

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