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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

1978 – The struggle for the status of the Georgian language

Oral Histories

In 1978, it had been a long time since Georgia lost its independence, and Soviet Russia tried new methods in the conquered country to destroy everything that defined the nation’s... Read more >

MEDIEVAL GEORGIAN CHURCHES, A Concise Overview of Architecture

Davit Khoshtaria

Medieval Georgia left an impressive architectural legacy, a significant part of which is represented by cathedrals, churches, and monasteries. David Khoshtaria provides an up-to-date introduction... Read more >

ЗВИАД ГАМСАХУРДИА

ПУТЬ ПЕРВОГО ПРЕЗИДЕНТА ГРУЗИИ

«Помни, эта жизнь скучнее скучного, если не горишь желанием каких-то высоких и сверхчеловеческих... Read more >