All nations in the world have their beauty and unique features they stand out for. Many find Georgian people very charming and attractive; some even consider Georgian women the most beautiful across the world. Here we offer short descriptions on Georgians’ appearance and their character by some of the most outstanding and world-renowned persons such as Immanuel Kant, Jean Chardin, Charles Darwin, ect.
“All Europeans who have even once visited Georgia agree that Georgian and Circassian women are very charming and attractive. Turks, Arabs, Persians also share their point of view. They even tried to improve their genes through Georgian blood and the Persians achieved it”, - Immanuel Kant, German philosopher.
“When describing Persians, old traveler Jean Chardin, says that their blood was improved and dignified through the frequent marriages with Georgians. You will not able to find a noblemen or an outstanding figure in Persia whose mother is not a Georgian”, - Charles Darwin, English naturalist and geologist.
“Georgian nation in whole eastern world, moreover I would say in whole world, is the most beautiful. Here I have not met any single ugly woman or man. Most of the Georgians are graced with such beauty that one will hardly find it elsewhere in the world”, - Chardin 1671.
“The most charming people in the world with aristocratic features are Georgians”, - German scientist Ritzel.
“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.
“Georgians are warriors. They know the price of pleasure. National cuisine and traditional dances are their strong national features. One may often come across girls and boys dancing with passion in the gardens and terraces. Georgians are considered one of the most attractive people globally. They are tall, have soft and light-colored skin, splendid hair da big cures. They are extremely kind, warm and hospitable people”, - Russian Empires’ geography, 1892.
“Georgians are brave warriors. The Persians used to call them Gurj that means wolf. As for the country, they called it Gurjistan, the country of wolves”, - David Marshall Lang, Professor of Caucasian Studies.