Georgia (The Country In Europe)

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Georgia has one of the most ancient cultures in Europe. Learn about Its capital Tbilisi, map, people, language, religion, flag, population &

Georgia Flag

The Georgian national flag is a white rectangle, with a large red cross in its central portion touching all four sides of the flag. In the four corners there are four bolnur-katskhuri crosses (also referred as Georgian Crosses aside with Grapevine cross) of the same color as the large cross.

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Georgia was absorbed into the Russian Empire in the 19th century. Independent for three years (1918-1921) following the Russian revolution, it was forcibly incorporated into the USSR until the Soviet Union dissolved in 1991. Russian troops remain garrisoned at four military bases and as peacekeepers in the separatist regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia (but are scheduled to withdraw from two of the bases by July 2001).

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Ethnic separation in Abkhazia and South Ossetia, poor governance, and Russian military bases deny the government effective control over the entirety of the state’s internationally recognized territory.
Despite a badly degraded transportation network – brought on by ethnic conflict, criminal activities, and fuel shortages – the country continues to move toward a market economy and greater integration with Western institutions.

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Yes! Georgia is a Country. And No! Georgia is not part of Russia. Having spent more than a century as part of the Russian Empire, in 1918 Georgia regained independence and established the First Republic. In 1921 Georgia was invaded and occupied by Bolshevik Russia to form the Soviet Union in 1922.

Georgia is in Europe and has aspirations to be part of European Union. Georgia is a country in the Caucasus region, at the intersection of Eastern Europe and Western Asia.

About 19.5 per cent of Georgia’s population is under the absolute poverty line, shows the latest data of 2019 poverty indicators published by the National Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat). The share of the population under the absolute poverty line decreased by 0.6 per cent in 2019 compared to 2018.

Salome Zurabishvili is the current President of Georgia after winning 59.52% of the vote in the 2018 Georgian presidential election. Since February 2021, Irakli Gharibashvili has been the Prime Minister of Georgia.

It’s the birthplace of wine

Wine lovers rejoice! Georgian labels may not be lining your cellar, but the country is in fact considered the birthplace of wine. As far back as 8000 years ago, Georgians are said to have started producing wine, but in their own special way.

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Political system
Georgia is a unitary semi-presidential republic, with a government elected through a representative democracy. The political system remains in the process of transition, with frequent adjustments to the balance of power between the President and Parliament.

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Official Sites of Georgia

Government of Georgia
Online access to Georgia government.

The Parliament of Georgia
A Guide to the Parliament of Georgia.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia is a governmental institution carrying out the state management and the coordination of foreign relations of Georgia with foreign states and international organizations.

Diplomatic Missions
The Permanent Mission of Georgia to the United Nations
Georgia’s representation to the UN.
Embassies of Georgia all over the world.

Maps

 Map of Georgia
Political Map of Georgia.

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Population

According to National Statistics Office Of Georgia's report of 2021, the current population of Georgia is 3.728 Million based on projections of the latest United Nations data. The UN estimates the July 1, 2022 population at 3,968,738.

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Georgian language

Georgian is the most widely-spoken of the Kartvelian languages. It is the official language of Georgia and the native or primary language of 87.6% of its population. Its speakers today number approximately four million.

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Religion

Orthodox Christianity is the main religion in Georgia. The Georgian Orthodox Church is to this day recognized as the country's majority religion. In addition, there are Muslim, Russian Orthodox, Armenian Apostolic, Catholic, and Jewish communities.

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Georgia's Currency

The lari is the currency of Georgia. It is divided into 100 tetri. The name lari (Gel) is an old Georgian word denoting a hoard, property, while tetri is an old Georgian monetary term used in ancient Colchis from the 6th century BC.

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Georgian is the most widely-spoken of the Kartvelian languages. It is the official language of Georgia and the native or primary language of 87.6% of its population. Its speakers today number approximately four million.

Georgian is the most widely-spoken of the Kartvelian languages. It is the official language of Georgia and the native or primary language of 87.6% of its population. Its speakers today number approximately four million.

Georgian is the most widely-spoken of the Kartvelian languages. It is the official language of Georgia and the native or primary language of 87.6% of its population. Its speakers today number approximately four million.

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Coat of Arm Of Georgia

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Orthodox Christianity is the main religion in Georgia. The Georgian Orthodox Church is to this day recognized as the country’s majority religion. In addition, there are Muslim, Russian Orthodox, Armenian Apostolic, Catholic, and Jewish communities.

Orthodox Christianity is the main religion in Georgia. The Georgian Orthodox Church is to this day recognized as the country’s majority religion. In addition, there are Muslim, Russian Orthodox, Armenian Apostolic, Catholic, and Jewish communities.

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  1. Read about the different programs and Universities.
  2. Choose the university you want to Study in.
  3. Contact the University’s Admission Office.
  4. Contact National Centre for Educational Quality Enhancement.
  5. Apply for a Visa.
  6. Arrive In Georgia for studies.
  7. Secure your accommodation & Report to University.

EDUCATION IN GEORGIA

Education in Georgia is of high quality and according to European and international education standards. Georgia is a member of European Higher Education Area, the Lisbon Recognition Convention and Bologna Process, and therefore, the Georgian public education system (general, vocational, and higher) is fully compatible with international standards of education. The Ministry of Education of Georgia and the National Center for Education Quality Enhancement are the major governmental body responsible for education system and children’s services in Georgia.

Educational Tourism In Georgia

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Because of the advancements in the Georgian Education system, thousands of International students travel to study In Georgia every year. The diploma/degree certificates issued by universities in Georgia offering Bachelor’s, Master’s, Vocational and Doctorate (Ph.D). programs, are recognized by European countries and the USA.

Over the year, there has been a surge in number of foreigners travelling to Georgia for studies and the Georgian Government has many education friendly policy too. “LTD Admission Office” is one of the most notable study abroad agencies in Georgia that help International students gain admission into universities in Georgia. The agency is authorized admission representative of most of the best Universities in Georgia and it has a contact Office in Tbilisi, Batumi and Kutaisi that facilitates registration process for foreign students into Georgian universities, gives sound guidance on visa/Immigration process and secure accommodation for foreigners in Georgia. For these reasons, most student apply to study in Georgia via Admission Office portal.

Amazing times to Live and Study In Georgia!

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Exchange Programme (Internationalization of Education in Georgia )

Many Students from European Union Countries travel take up Exchange programs in Georgian Universities – a testimony to the growth of the Education Sector in Georgia. For European Students interested in taking up Eramus+ exchange programmes in Georgia, the National Erasmus+ Office (NEO) Georgia is assisting the Commission, the EACEA (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency) and local authorities concerned in the implementation of the Erasmus+ Programme

Foreign students, researchers and lecturers can get Airport pickup services and find apartments to live in in Georgia through LTD Admission Office without stress.

amazing things you didn't know about Georgia

Official Name:
Sak’art’velo
int’l name: Georgia
former: Republic of Georgia
former: Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic.

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Actual Time: Sun-Apr-17  21:03
Local Time = UTC +3h
Daylight Saving Time (DST) March – October (UTC +4)

Country Calling Code: +995

Capital City: Tbilisi (pop 1 253 000)

Other Cities:
Batumi (Ajaria 137 100), Gori (70 000), Kutaisi (241 100), Rustavi (158 000), Sokhumi (Abkhazia)

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Government:
Type: Republic.
Independence: 9 April, 1991, the Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia declared independence from the U.S.S.R.
Constitution: 17 October, 1995.

Geography:
Location: Southwestern Asia, South Caucasus, bordering the Black Sea, between Turkey and Russia.
Area: 69,700 km² (26,911 sq. mi.). 20% of the total territory is not under Georgian government control.
Terrain: Mostly rugged and mountainous.

Climate: Generally moderate; Mediterranean-like on Black Sea coast with cold winters in the mountains.

People:
Nationality: Noun and adjective–Georgian(s).
Population: 3,7 million

Here is something you must know about this country which is One of the most ancient european culture

Georgia.

First of all, Georgia is located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, it 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. First of all, Georgia is located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, it 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

Rich Ancient Culture

Do you know that Georgia has one of the most ancient cultures in Europe?. And geographically, it is where European and Asian cultures collide.

Yes! the beautiful blend of very ancient cultures from Europe and Asia makes Georgia one of the top tourist destination globally. Georgia is popular for many things including

  • The Five Cross Flag
  • Georgian cuisine
  • Traditional winemaking
  • Georgia’s UNESCO world heritage sites.
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Top 5 Reasons Tourists and International Students Visit Georgia (Country)

Nature

Georgia is, undeniably, one of the European countries with a friendly weather. Home to the black sea, many waterfall, game reserves, breath taking caucasus mountains, canyons, and forests.

Safe Country

Yes! Georgia is a safe country. Georgia ranks fifth (5th) among 125 countries in the 2018 Crime Index by Numbeo. Since 2015, Georgia has been among the top 7 country in the Crime Index Statistics. Following countries like: Qatar, Singapore, Taiwan, Austria, United Arab Emirates and Hong Kong.

Georgian Language

Georgian is the official language of Georgia. Georgian is a Kartvelian language spoken by Georgians and it is written in its own writing system, the Georgian script.

However it is easy to find locals who speak Russian language (especially the older generation) and English language (among the younger generation).

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Georgian Dance

Kartvelian Dance

Georgian Dance expresses the culture and history of Georgian people. Georgian men are virile and Georgian women are elegant, dressed in gorgeous, multi-coloured costumes.

Hospitality

Among many good things, Georgia is a socially tolerant country. Georgians are predominantly Orthodox christians that have a hospitable culture. Georgians are welcoming to people of different religions, race, ethnicity and social status. This is why Georgia remains a top tourists destination and a favourite destination of International students.

It’s impossible to write every magical thing that exists in Georgia in a post. And something are better understood when they are experienced. So, come study in Georgia and gain lifetime experiences in this amazing country.

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