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Georgia

Georgia, the ancient country with more than 25 century of history, is a bridge between Europe and Asia. Georgia is bounded to the west by the Black Sea, to the north by Russia, to the south by Turkey and Armenia, and to the southeast by Azerbaijan. The capital and largest city is Tbilisi. Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia and is ranked as world’s top 10 safest city. Georgia Tbilisi is significant industrial, social, and cultural center.

Georgia is packed with natural beauty, a state with full of surprises – from mountains to beaches, marshes, canyons, forests, and even islands.
Georgia is a member of the United Nations, the Council of Europe, and the GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development.

 

Much of western Georgia, the climate of the region varies significantly with elevation and while much of the lowland areas of western Georgia are relatively warm throughout the year, the foothills and mountainous areas experience cool, wet summers and snowy winters. Eastern Georgia has a transitional climate from humid subtropical to continental. The region’s weather patterns are influenced both by dry Caspian air masses from the east and humid Black Sea air masses from the west.

Climate

Much of western Georgia, the climate of the region varies significantly with elevation and while much of the lowland areas of western Georgia are relatively warm throughout the year, the foothills and mountainous areas experience cool, wet summers and snowy winters. Eastern Georgia has a transitional climate from humid subtropical to continental. The region’s weather patterns are influenced both by dry Caspian air masses from the east and humid Black Sea air masses from the west.
Since the early 21st century visible positive developments have been observed in the economy of Georgia. In 2007, Georgia’s real GDP growth rate reached 12 percent making Georgia one of the fastest growing economies in Eastern Europe. Tourism is an increasingly significant part of the Georgian economy. Transport in Georgia is provided by rail, road, ferry, and air. Today 83.4 percent of the population practices Eastern Orthodox Christianity. Religious minorities of Georgia include Muslims (10.7 percent)Tbilisi has become the main artery of the Georgian educational system. Tbilisi is the home to several major institutions of higher education in Georgia..
Since the early 21st century visible positive developments have been observed in the economy of Georgia. In 2007, Georgia’s real GDP growth rate reached 12 percent making Georgia one of the fastest growing economies in Eastern Europe. Tourism is an increasingly significant part of the Georgian economy. Transport in Georgia is provided by rail, road, ferry, and air. Today 83.4 percent of the population practices Eastern Orthodox Christianity. Religious minorities of Georgia include Muslims (10.7 percent)Tbilisi has become the main artery of the Georgian educational system. Tbilisi is the home to several major institutions of higher education in Georgia..
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