Once a year in the villages of Kakheti in eastern Georgia, men sew their own clothes. They cut lambskin leather and colorful ribbons; they make huge masks studded with pumpkin seeds to imitate horns and teeth.
Far away on the other side of Georgia in the Samtskhe-Javakheti region, men put on women’s clothes and dresses, braid their hair, and apply makeup. They then walk into the center of the village to celebrate and improvise a play.
This festival is called Berikaoba.
During a soccer game of local teams in Gori, a stray dog run into the field. The playful dog cheered up soccer players and fans alike.
The man lost his dog three years ago and received a phone call from a shop owner to let him know that a dog which looks a lot like his was laying in front of her shop. So, he made the trip and as he approaches, he is in disbelief, commenting that it really does look like him.
Live fish tank got broken in a Tbilisi supermarket.
National Geographic named Tbilisi, Georgia as one of the top travel destinations of 2018.
British composer Tony O’Malley, who used to live in Georgia, congratulated Georgians on the Independence Day. He sang a nice Georgian song “Unity of the Georgians”.
Credit Tony O’Malley
Ukrainian musician congratulated Georgians, by playing the composition of the Georgian composer Taktakishvili “Panduri”.
Credit Sergey Shamray