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Georgia – the homeland of Europeans. It is 1.8 million years old skulls from Dmanisi are the oldest remains of humans discovered outside of Africa
Georgia is the first in Europe as the most ecologically diverse country. There are 12 different climate zones and 49 types of soil
Georgian unique alphabet is among of 14 independent alphabets in the world
Cradle of Wine – Ancient Georgian traditional Qvevri wine-making method is included in UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Europe’s highest permanently inhabited settlements are villages their names are Bochorna (2327 m) and Ushguli (2200 m)
World’s oldest honey remains were discovered in Georgia, near Borjomi, about 5500 years old
Georgian Polyphonic Folk Music has been proclaimed by UNISCO as Intangible Heritage Masterpiece of the humanity
World’s hottest thermal water was discovered in Georgia, village Kindghi (104c) region of Ochamchire
The fence of Sighnaghi fortress was its area size is the 1st in Europe and 2nd in the world after the Great Wall of China.
There are 23 cultural species of the wheat in the world, in which, 14 species are Georgian endemic
Dambal Khacho, a rare sort of Georgian cheese has been added to the list of UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Kutaisi and Mtskheta are in the number of world’s 15 ancient cities (Kutaisi – 2000 BC, Mtskheta – 1100 BC)
The oldest thread in the World flex fibres (34000 years old) discovered in Georgia, Dzudsuna Cave

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