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Gela Charkviani

Born in 1939, Gela Charkviani is a Georgian diplomat, educator, writer and television personality.    He was born into the family of Candide Charkviani, the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Georgia, and Tamar Jaoshvili, an ophthalmologist.   In 1957 he finished school in Moscow... Read more >

Akaki Chanturia

(1881-1941), a Georgian scientist, archaeologist, ethnographer, the founder and first director of the Zugdidi Museum (later called the Historical and Architectural Museum of the Dadiani Palace). He studied archaeology, ethnography, cartography, philology, folklore and art in England. Later he collected geological and paleontological... Read more >

Parna-Beka Chilashvili

A Georgia poet, prose writer, translator, scholar and publicist living in Turkey. Educated as a journalist, for many years he worked on various encyclopedic editions, also translated many poems, novellas and historical novels. He was the founder and editor of a Turkish-Georgian magazine Pirosmani, published in Turkey. Artanuji has... Read more >

NEW BOOKS

Battle of Didgori

Roin Metreveli

This work is dedicated to the 900th anniversary of the great victory of the Georgian people in the Battle of Didgori. Based on the comparison of Georgian and foreign narratives and other materials... Read more >

The Lord of the Panther-Skin

Shota Rustaveli

Prose version of the poem was Translated by Robert Stevenson. Illustated by Mihály... Read more >

European Gravures of Old Tbilisi

Sulkhan Saladze

European Gravures of old Tbiisi is the first album about the European gravures, depicting Tbilisi, which combines the sketches from 1973 until the end of the XIX century. Up to hundred... Read more >

Life in Soviet Georgia

70 Stories

Until only recently, Georgia was part of a country whose falsity began with its very name. The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, as it was called in full. Four assertions, and all four of them... Read more >