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"Shipwreck" at Stamba Hotel
Yesterday “Shipwreck” - a new art exhibition - opened at Stamba Hotel. Organized by Goethe Institut Georgien and art organization Propaganda, “Shipwreck” is a Georgian extended version of “Géricault’s Shipwreck Revisited” (curated by Alfons Hud and Asli Samadova). The exhibition shows an artistic approach to the concept and reality of refugees, migration, emigration and forceful resettlement. Along with the pieces made specifically for the event by Georgian artists, artists from Azerbaijan, Canada, Germany and Senegal will also exhibit their work in Tbilisi for a month. The original exhibition held in Baku in 2018 presented the pieces of Omar Victor Diop, Adad Hannah, Marcel Odenbach, Arjan Martins and Sitara Ibrahimova. The “Tbilisian “Shipwreck”, if so we might call it, adds Georgian context to the concept of the exposition. The very theme of this art exhibition is a painful, yet popular subject for Georgia, having lost almost a quarter of its population to emigration. It is a shelter for refugees and migrants from neighboring countries as well as a home to too many internally displaced Georgians. Hence, it’s no surprise that all of the Georgian artists who take a part in the project have, not only poetic but a natural, almost personal understanding of the theme. Like Anna Dziapshipa, a filmmaker with an Abkhazi surname, who states in her experimental video On Being Dziapshipa “My body is a lost territory.” The line is as realistic for some as it is metaphorical for the rest. One might not be able to relate to the difficulty of forceful displacement, emigration and refugees but this strongly visual exhibition helps gain the understanding of it.   The inspiration for the name and subject line of the exhibition comes from Théodore Géricault’s masterpiece “Raft of Medusa”.  “Shipwreck” is an attempt to show different stories from different perspectives: many of them are told by the artists that have gone through this journey themselves. Some stories depict people who found a safety haven here, others – somewhere else. Some of the artists reflect on ‘the biggest human crisis of our times (Ai WeiWei)” – as it is written on the signboard at the entrance of the exhibition.  The exhibition is free of charge and is open until April 20, 2019.

Tbilisi Open Air Festival 2019
Music breaks free… Yesterday, Fabrika hostel’s Jungle Room was hosting the official press conference of the eagerly awaited Tbilisi Open Air Festival. The annual event will take place the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of June at Lisi Wonderland for its 10th anniversary. The organisers launched the event and thanked their sponsors, TBC bank being the main one. Everyone was waiting for the official line up that disclosed the festival’s headline Franz Ferdinand. He will be on the main stage for the Friday’s night with the local MokuMoku as its support band. They also announced the coming of famous UNKLE, Tobias, David August and the Freedom Fighters, among many others. The watchword of the gathering is Freedom, and its founder Achiko Guledani very well explains why: “This area is for everybody, this is a free area where different people can love each other, be together, and not be bothered by each other’s existence, rather it is quite the opposite. This is what Tbilisi Open Air is.” This festival is quite emblematic in the country since 2009, when they did the very successful first edition. At that time, it was the largest scale festival to ever take place in Georgia. Since then, the festival has been growing more and more and each year welcomes very famous international artists. The goal of the festival is to host international as well as local musicians and offer a large range of musical genres to the public. People can enjoy high quality music as well as visual arts, which creates a complete and magical experience. The aim is for people to feel like they are in a world apart, where happiness and freedom rule. And precisely, for its 10th anniversary, the slogan is “10 years of equality and diversity”. Thousands of people from different backgrounds, origins and opinion will be able to gather one more time peacefully in this delirious environment. We cannot wait to discover the surprises of this 10th anniversary edition.  www.tkt.ge/openair

Georgian Wine Exhibits at ProWein 2019 in Germany
27 Georgian wine companies are exhibiting their wines at the ProWein 2019 exhibition in Dusseldorf Germany on 19 March. Over 60 countries from around the world present their products at the annual international wine and alcohol exhibition. Around 60,000 visitors from over 133 different countries will attend the event, the biggest of its kind of the world. Levan Mekhuzla, chairman of the National Wine Agency of Georgia, explained that Georgia has been participating in the event since 2000. “ProWein is the world’s largest exhibition...Interest from Georgian companies is growing and this year Georgia has presented 27 companies. This way, we will reinforce Georgia’s name on the world’s wine culture and winemaking map,” he said. During the event, Georgian companies Winery Chelti and Winery Vaziani were presented with the awards that they had previously won at the MUNDUS VINI European wine competition. Winery Chelti was awarded four gold medals and one prestigious ‘grand gold’ medal and Winery Vaziani received one gold medal. 

Newsweek Publishes Article About Georgia
The American edition of Newsweek has published an article about Georgia, calling it “Europe’s new cultural hub.” The article reads that Georgia is one of the most attractive destinations for experienced travelers in 2019. “Georgia, that former Soviet satellite, seems more emboldened than ever to embrace its European roots: the capital, Tbilisi, is already being buzzed about as 'the next Berlin.” And some 70 miles away, on the outskirts of Kakheti, the revived cultural mecca of Tsinandali is coming into its own,” Newsweek writes. The article also compares Tsinandali to Spain’s Bilbao, adding “what Bilbao did for art, Tsinandali will do for classical music—with the first ever Tsinandali Cultural Festival in September 2019.” When speaking about the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi, the article mentions that cobblestoned streets, medieval churches and history are everywhere.  “And mostly, one would assume, they love that Tbilisi is nowhere near overrun with tourists. They dine in its cafés and party at its late-night raves—fueled, no doubt, on chacha, the heavy-duty grape brandy beloved by locals,” the article reads.

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GIVE SPRING IN SAQARTVELO TO YOUR DARLING!
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То Georgia, for Valentines Day!
Make a gift to your beloved!
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Skiing and snowboarding in Svaneti! So you have not skated!
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Skiing under the clouds: Ski tour in Gudauri
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Ski for Heals^ Bakuriani Resort
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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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"Shipwreck" at Stamba Hotel
Yesterday “Shipwreck” - a new art exhibition - opened at Stamba Hotel. Organized by Goethe Institut Georgien and art organization Propaganda, “Shipwreck” is a Georgian extended version of “Géricault’s Shipwreck Revisited” (curated by Alfons Hud and Asli Samadova). The exhibition shows an artistic approach to the concept and reality of refugees, migration, emigration and forceful resettlement. Along with the pieces made specifically for the event by Georgian artists, artists from Azerbaijan, Canada, Germany and Senegal will also exhibit their work in Tbilisi for a month. The original exhibition held in Baku in 2018 presented the pieces of Omar Victor Diop, Adad Hannah, Marcel Odenbach, Arjan Martins and Sitara Ibrahimova. The “Tbilisian “Shipwreck”, if so we might call it, adds Georgian context to the concept of the exposition. The very theme of this art exhibition is a painful, yet popular subject for Georgia, having lost almost a quarter of its population to emigration. It is a shelter for refugees and migrants from neighboring countries as well as a home to too many internally displaced Georgians. Hence, it’s no surprise that all of the Georgian artists who take a part in the project have, not only poetic but a natural, almost personal understanding of the theme. Like Anna Dziapshipa, a filmmaker with an Abkhazi surname, who states in her experimental video On Being Dziapshipa “My body is a lost territory.” The line is as realistic for some as it is metaphorical for the rest. One might not be able to relate to the difficulty of forceful displacement, emigration and refugees but this strongly visual exhibition helps gain the understanding of it.   The inspiration for the name and subject line of the exhibition comes from Théodore Géricault’s masterpiece “Raft of Medusa”.  “Shipwreck” is an attempt to show different stories from different perspectives: many of them are told by the artists that have gone through this journey themselves. Some stories depict people who found a safety haven here, others – somewhere else. Some of the artists reflect on ‘the biggest human crisis of our times (Ai WeiWei)” – as it is written on the signboard at the entrance of the exhibition.  The exhibition is free of charge and is open until April 20, 2019.

Tbilisi Open Air Festival 2019
Music breaks free… Yesterday, Fabrika hostel’s Jungle Room was hosting the official press conference of the eagerly awaited Tbilisi Open Air Festival. The annual event will take place the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of June at Lisi Wonderland for its 10th anniversary. The organisers launched the event and thanked their sponsors, TBC bank being the main one. Everyone was waiting for the official line up that disclosed the festival’s headline Franz Ferdinand. He will be on the main stage for the Friday’s night with the local MokuMoku as its support band. They also announced the coming of famous UNKLE, Tobias, David August and the Freedom Fighters, among many others. The watchword of the gathering is Freedom, and its founder Achiko Guledani very well explains why: “This area is for everybody, this is a free area where different people can love each other, be together, and not be bothered by each other’s existence, rather it is quite the opposite. This is what Tbilisi Open Air is.” This festival is quite emblematic in the country since 2009, when they did the very successful first edition. At that time, it was the largest scale festival to ever take place in Georgia. Since then, the festival has been growing more and more and each year welcomes very famous international artists. The goal of the festival is to host international as well as local musicians and offer a large range of musical genres to the public. People can enjoy high quality music as well as visual arts, which creates a complete and magical experience. The aim is for people to feel like they are in a world apart, where happiness and freedom rule. And precisely, for its 10th anniversary, the slogan is “10 years of equality and diversity”. Thousands of people from different backgrounds, origins and opinion will be able to gather one more time peacefully in this delirious environment. We cannot wait to discover the surprises of this 10th anniversary edition.  www.tkt.ge/openair

Georgian Wine Exhibits at ProWein 2019 in Germany
27 Georgian wine companies are exhibiting their wines at the ProWein 2019 exhibition in Dusseldorf Germany on 19 March. Over 60 countries from around the world present their products at the annual international wine and alcohol exhibition. Around 60,000 visitors from over 133 different countries will attend the event, the biggest of its kind of the world. Levan Mekhuzla, chairman of the National Wine Agency of Georgia, explained that Georgia has been participating in the event since 2000. “ProWein is the world’s largest exhibition...Interest from Georgian companies is growing and this year Georgia has presented 27 companies. This way, we will reinforce Georgia’s name on the world’s wine culture and winemaking map,” he said. During the event, Georgian companies Winery Chelti and Winery Vaziani were presented with the awards that they had previously won at the MUNDUS VINI European wine competition. Winery Chelti was awarded four gold medals and one prestigious ‘grand gold’ medal and Winery Vaziani received one gold medal. 

Newsweek Publishes Article About Georgia
The American edition of Newsweek has published an article about Georgia, calling it “Europe’s new cultural hub.” The article reads that Georgia is one of the most attractive destinations for experienced travelers in 2019. “Georgia, that former Soviet satellite, seems more emboldened than ever to embrace its European roots: the capital, Tbilisi, is already being buzzed about as 'the next Berlin.” And some 70 miles away, on the outskirts of Kakheti, the revived cultural mecca of Tsinandali is coming into its own,” Newsweek writes. The article also compares Tsinandali to Spain’s Bilbao, adding “what Bilbao did for art, Tsinandali will do for classical music—with the first ever Tsinandali Cultural Festival in September 2019.” When speaking about the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi, the article mentions that cobblestoned streets, medieval churches and history are everywhere.  “And mostly, one would assume, they love that Tbilisi is nowhere near overrun with tourists. They dine in its cafés and party at its late-night raves—fueled, no doubt, on chacha, the heavy-duty grape brandy beloved by locals,” the article reads.

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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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Tbilisi Tour

Tbilisi Tour

Tbilisi, my dear Tbilisi! We're inviting you on a city tour in Tbilisi! Spend a week in our favourite city! Walk the streets and enjoy its ancient and new features, visit the wine cellars and restaurants, bridges and parks ... And if you feel like it, you can spend a day in Kakheti and Mtskheta. The seven-day tour with breakfast included in the price. The price includes: accommodation, a shuttle service from / to the airport, an evening walk around Tbilisi Tbilisi excursion with our guide Levani Chkhvirkia Optional: Excursions to Kakheti and Mtskheta.
Gaumarjos, Tbiliso!

Gaumarjos, Tbiliso!

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 cuts out in the heart of the “Kala,” Tbilisi's historic old town. Despite this—maybe even because of it—this city is one of the best, most strikingly original travel destinations in Europe or Asia, if not the world. Pop into an unmarked courtyard near the Armenian Norashen Church—overgrown with ripe pomegranates—and find yourself among well-fed stray cats in a bohemian artist’s studio (one of the workers may invite you for home-brewed, noxiously alcoholic chacha; he will not let you refuse, nor should you wish to). Sneak into the basement of the red-brick seminary across from Sioni Cathedral and buy Tbilisi’s best bread—dough thrown against the scalding sides of a circular tone oven—from an elderly kerchief-wearing woman for 30 cents a loaf. This Seaside Community Is Getting Swallowed by the Ocean Head up a slanting set of town house stairs in the fin de siècle neighborhood of Sololaki and find yourself in a speakeasy-style apartment café called Linville, where tables hide behind vines on wrought iron balconies and afternoon tango milongas take place under decorative Victorian parasols. Slip across the Dry Bridge, past the ruined frescoes of the former Grand Hotel, to the flea market and bargain with bearded ex-professors for wooden icons, Soviet-era gas masks, and Turkish tea glasses. Come more than once and the vendors will remember you (I buy my jewelry—traditional Georgian enameling—from the same seller every year; she recalls not just my taste, but that of the mother and grandmother I purchased gifts for). The cliché, of course, is that Tbilisi represents the epitome of East meets West: a Silk Road crossroads where Arab, Ottoman, Mongol, and Russian imperial forces each left their own distinctive cultural mark. And in the heart of the old town, where rugs dangle from whitewashed wooden balconies and bearded Georgian Orthodox priests jostle with tourists on narrow cobblestone streets, it’s a compelling fantasy. But the city's reality is far more complicated—and intoxicating.
In Search of the Golden Fleece

In Search of the Golden Fleece

We offer you a fascinating journey! Starting your journey from the place where the legendary Argo moored and having passed all the way of Jason and his team, you will get acquainted with the legendary Colchis, learn its innermost corners and get acquainted with its modernity.

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Настоящая грузинская аджика

Настоящая грузинская аджика

Настоящая грузинская аджика в своем рецепте обязательно должна содержать кинзу и грецкие орехи. Они придают особенный аромат соусу, а в сочетании с острым перцем и чесноком облагораживают вкус аджики. Острая, жгучая, настоящая грузинская аджика подается в качестве соуса к мясу, птице, рыбе, овощам и рису и другим основным блюдам. Также она с успехом используется для обмазывания мяса и птицы при жарке и запекании в духовке и в процессе приготовления первых блюд. Благодаря тому, что в рецепт настоящей грузинской аджики входит большое количество острого перца и соли, она долго не портится даже в не закатанном виде, если хранить ее в холоде. Чтобы приготовить настоящую грузинскую аджику, ядреную и обжигающую, прежде всего, следует обезопасить руки и надеть резиновые перчатки. Также будь осторожна, чтобы сок горького перца не попал в лицо - потому что ожоги и раздражение на нежной коже могут быть нешуточными. Горький перец помой и срежь хвостики. От семян можно не очищать. Почисти чеснок, сняв с него шелуху и срезав основания. Чтобы ускорить процесс, выбирай крупный чеснок. Грецкие орехи обсуши на сковороде и очисти от лишней шелухи. Пропусти перец через мясорубку с мелкой сеткой. Если у тебя получится много сока, слей его. Чеснок, орехи и кориандр также измельчи через мясорубку. Затем все соедини и снова пропусти через мясорубку 1-2 раза, добиваясь однородной консистенции. Зелень помой, обсуши и очень мелко порежь острым ножом. Важно, чтобы зелень была именно порезана, а не перетерта мясорубкой. Соедини все ингредиенты, добавь соль и все тщательно перемешай. Накрой аджику и оставь на 3 дня, периодически помешивая, чтобы соль лучше растворялась. Затем разложи грузинскую аджику по чистым банкам, закрой крышками и помести в холод.
Индейка под соусом из грецких орехов

Индейка под соусом из грецких орехов

1. Индейку очистить от кожи и нарезать на куски среднего размера, не снимая мяса с костей. 2. Положить в кастрюлю мясо, на него — очищенный лук целиком и кинзу в пучках. Залить все ­небольшим количеством воды и варить до готовности. 3. Вареные лук и кинзу остудить и прокрутить через мясорубку с орехами и чесноком. 4. Отделить мясо от костей, положить его обратно в бульон вместе с протертыми ингредиентами. Приправить специями и уксусом, поварить минуту. Подавать сильно охлажденным.
Вишнево-гранатовый морс с мятой (Арагви)

Вишнево-гранатовый морс с мятой (Арагви)

Чтобы приготовить Вишнево-гранатовый морс с мятой (Арагви) необходимо: Соединить в кастрюле воду с сахарным песком, поставить на огонь и размешивать до полного растворения сахара. Довести сироп до кипения и снять с огня. Готовый сироп остудить. Смешать приготовленный сироп с гранатовым и вишневым соком. Готовый напиток разлить по бокалам, добавить кубики льда и подать, украсив листиками мяты.

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