Important sites in the Tbilisi Route
TCP Silk Museum
Academy of Fine Arts
National Museum of Georgia
Fine Art Museum
Museum of Folk & Applied Arts of Georgia
Network of Embroidery Workshops
Museum of Georgian Folk, Architecture and Life
Maudi Industrial Corporation
   
Other important museums in Georgia


NETWORK INFORMATION

Calendar of events

ETN members

MORE INFORMATION

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_(Country)
(Basic information on Georgia)

http://www.artgeorgia.ge
(Geogrian art portal)

http://travel-in-georgia.blogspot.com
(Tourist Information Centre)

Introduction to the Georgia Route (English only)
 
FACTS ON GEORGIA

Country name: Georgia
Type: republic
Area: 69,700 sqkm
Regions: 53 rayons, 9 cities and 2 autonomous republics
Capital: Tbilisi
Participation, a.o.: Council of Europe, OSCE, UN/UNESCO

Population: 4,934,413 (2003)
Language(s): Georgian 71% (official), Russian 9%, Armenian 7%, Azeri 6%, other 7%
Ethnic groups (from 1% on): Georgian 70.1%, Armenian 8.1%, Russian 6.3%, Azeri 5.7%, Ossetian 3%, Abkhaz 1.8%, other 5%
Religions: Georgian Orthodox 65%, Muslim 11%, Russian Orthodox 10%, Armenian Apostholic 8%, unknown 6%

Currency: lari (GEL)
GDP / capita: US$ 3,100 (2002)
 

FACTS ON TBILISI

Area: 350 sqkm; districts: Mtatsminda-Krtsanisi, Isani-Samgori, Vake-Saburtalo, Didube-Chugureti, Gldani-Nadzaladevi
Membership: Member of ECCM
Partnership/twin cities: Bristol, Atlanta, Saarbrücken, Ljubljana, Nantes, Innsbruck, Palermo, Bilbao
Population: 1,253,000
Language(s): Georgian
 

 
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