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16 May, 2018 10:15
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Presentation of book `The story of an idealist` by Sandra Roelofs

Presentation of Sandra Roelofs` book "The story of an Idealist" was held in Marneuli.

The author told the locals about the process of creation and history of the book.

Sandra Roelofs plans to present the book in different cities of Georgia.

"The story of an idealist" is translated into seven languages. (rustavi2.ge)

Rehabilitation of dome of Oshki monastery starts

21 May, 2018 , 13:38

Rehabilitation of the dome of Oshki monastery, a Georgian temple located on the territory of Turkey, starts, – the Embassy of Georgia in Turkey has released the regarding information. “Historic process &ndash

Bentley Tbilisi holds test-drive in Borjomi

17 March, 2018 , 16:04

Exclusive test-drive by Bentley Tbilisi was held in Georgia’s Southern city of Borjomi. The event was organized for special guests and in partnership with the world brands shop Chronograph, Chigogidze Winery and th

British Bentley enters Georgia officially - British ambassador to georgia Mr. Justin McKenzie Smith and the founder of Omega Group Mr. Zaza Okuashvili opened Bentley showroom in Tbilisi

8 December, 2017 , 10:00

British luxury motorcar brand’s showroom and service center have been opened in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi – one of the leaders of the luxury class vehicle manufacturer, British Bentley has officially en

Boy copied favourite movie scene to save drowning brother

25 August, 2017 , 12:49

Hollywood star Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock, has dubbed a 10-year-old boy a "real-life hero" after the youngster copied a scene from one of his films and saved his little brother's life. When Jacob O'Connor found two-yea

Obama tolerance tweet becomes most liked

16 August, 2017 , 14:27

It may be President Trump's communication tool of choice - but it's a tweet by former President Barack Obama that has become the most liked in Twitter's history. The tweet, the first in a series of three, quoted Nel

Extreme weather `could kill up to 152,000 a year` in Europe by 2100

5 August, 2017 , 16:17

Extreme weather could kill up to 152,000 people each year in Europe by 2100 if nothing is done to curb the effects of climate change, scientists say.        The number is 50 times more deaths than rep

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