Georgian (ქართული) literature is one of the most ancient traditions in the world.
The earliest Georgian literature dates back to hagiography pieces in the fifth century AD.

Georgia has been at a strategic crossroads throughout history and remains so today, a fact that has often fueled conflict, but also trade and wealth.

Georgian art has evolved over millennia and has grown along with the development of the country.

Oldest Evidence of Winemaking Discovered at 8,000-Year-Old Village in Georgia. Contrary to stereotypes, Stone Age people had a taste for finer things.

When you arrive in Tbilisi at a New Year’s period, border agents don't just stamp your passport; they hand you a bottle of wine. It's a fitting welcome to Georgia,

“The country and women are extremely beautiful. One has to be extremely restrained in Georgia, rather than in other countries, so that to resist temptation”, - Jean-François Gamba, French traveler

Georgian dance (Georgian: ქართული ცეკვა) is a celebration of life and of Georgia’s rich and diverse culture. Each dance portrays the characteristics of the region in which it originated.

Not so surprisingly, the Swiss researchers found in European hereditary material DNA of people from the Caucasus.