One less thing to see in Tbilisi

During the tough 90s, someone stole the tires off this blue Lada. The owner got angry and in order to avoid any potential damage to his priceless vehicle, he lifted it up onto his balcony on the 4th floor.

The car remained there, until recently. The owner was not there any more, presumably he passed away years ago. Apparently, there is a new apartment owner, so the car was removed last week.

The story of this landmark Lada has ended, just like the dark times of 90’s.

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Walking tree in Batumi

Georgian billionaire and former Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili is known, for his bizarre love to a centenarian trees. He searches for them all over the country, uproots and moves them to his private park on the Black Sea coast.
Recently, yet another eucalyptus tree left its home.

Credit Inga Khabazi

Tony O’Malley congratulates Georgia on the Independence Day

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 congratulates Georgia on the Independence Day

Ukrainian musician congratulated Georgians, by playing the composition of the Georgian composer Taktakishvili “Panduri”.

Credit Sergey Shamray

The couple from Adjara is about to celebrate 76th wedding anniversary

Turmanidze family is the clear example of true love, that withstands the time. 95 year old Khasan and 94 year old Zeqie Turmanidze, are about to celebrate their 76th wedding anniversary. They were married on May 20th, 1941. The couple has 162 descendants. They have: 8 children, 37 grandchildren, 86 great-grandchildren and 31 great- great- grandchild.

Photo by: Maria Che