March 29, 2015

Khinkali (Georgian Food)

Khinkali (Georgian: ხინკალი About this sound listen (help·info)) is a Georgian dumpling[1][2] which originated in the Georgian regions of Pshavi, Mtiuleti and Khevsureti.[3] Varieties of khinkali spread from there across different parts of the Caucasus.



The wide variety of peoples inhabiting Georgia has meant a correspondingly rich array of active religions. Today most of the population in Georgia practices Orthodoxy, primarily in the Georgian Orthodox Church whose faithful make up 83.9% of the population. Around 2% belong to the Russian Orthodox Church,


March 27, 2015

King Tamar

464 years of Byzantium slowly declining, now is an opportune time to return to the south-western lands Vakhtang who bizantis occupation. Vakhtang gathered the army, his side were spaspeti Dzhuansher, bardavis Eristoff Varazi Bakuri and dzudzumte Artavazd, saurmag spaspetis son. Pontus gathered a very large army and heading back to the land. On the way to the Georgian army to join Armenia eristavis: sivneli confusion, Juansher aspuragneli and amazasp taroneli. […]

(C) 2013 Joerg Albrecht
March 27, 2015

Vakhtang I Gorgasali

Vakhtang I Gorgasali (d. C. V Century 40’s tslebi.- c. 502) – the king, political figure and commander. “Str” (Pantheon. Wolf) sherkmevia because the wolf had depicted on the helmet. He was canonized as the Georgian Orthodox Church. Remembrance Day – 13 December. […]

March 27, 2015


Georgia (apkh. Қырҭтәыла) – State of Eurasia, the Caucasus, the Black Sea coast. It is bordered to the north by Russia, to the south by Turkey and Armenia, and to the southeast by Azerbaijan. Transcontinental country located in south-eastern Europe and western Asia, but sotsiopolitikurad and culturally part of Europe. […]