Prehistoric Georgia

Prehistoric

The territory of modern-day Georgia was inhabited by Homo erectus since the Paleolithic era. The proto-Georgian tribes first appear in written history in the 12th century BC.

The earliest evidence of wine, to date has been found in Georgia, where 8000-year old wine jars were uncovered.Archaeological finds and references in ancient sources also reveal elements of early political and state formations characterised by advanced metallurgy and goldsmith techniques that date back to the 7th century BC and beyond. In fact, early metallurgy started in Georgia during the 6th millennium BC, associated with the Shulavery-Shomu culture.

Georgia: A paradise for the traveller

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Georgia has a high landscape diversity and low latitude, Georgia is approximately the size of Ireland and lies on roughly the same latitudes as Bulgaria, Southern France, and New York. For a country of its modest proportions, Georgia presents a remarkable mix of landscapes and climates, ranging from high mountain peaks and wine-growing valleys to lush Black Sea resorts. It is a developing but rapidly improving country with very low levels of both crime and corruption. Starting in the mid-2000s, Georgia's tourist infrastructure has expanded substantially, and the number of tourists visiting the Black Sea republic has increased several fold.


The Georgian Weather

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Georgia has a very diverse tourism friendly weather.The Georgian summer April to September is mild and pleasant with an average daily temperature of 20°C to 24 °C and not too harsh a winter with an average daily temperature of 2°C to -4°C,.