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title:
ISBN:
date of publication: 2016
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language: Georgian
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title: Elkana Rural Tourism Accommodation Network
ISBN:
date of publication: 2012
published by: “Elkana”
language: English
a brief overview:
Elkana promotes families that are interested in rural tourism as a business and who have opened their farms to tourists. Guesthouses are located in villages and small towns throughout Georgia. All the guesthouses listed in the catalogue meet Elkana’s basic standards and general tourist requirements.

title: Samtskhe-Javakheti Travel Guide
ISBN: 978-9941-0-4066-5
date of publication: 2012
published by: “Elkana”
language: Georgian
a brief overview:
Th e purpose of this Guide is to better acquaint the general public with the Samtskhe-Javakheti Region, part of the oldest Georgian province of “Great Meskheti”. The Guide helps those who love independent travel get a clear idea of the points of interest in the region: historical, cultural and natural monuments, roads, guesthouses/hotels, and where to eat. The maps at the end are useful for readers to find the facilities and points of interest.

title: Winemaking in Kvevri
ISBN: 978-9941-0-2611-9
date of publication: 2010
published by: Giorgi Barisashvili
language: GEO
a brief overview:
Main aim of the brochure is to promote Georgian traditional winemaking techniques. Traditional Georgian wine is hardly imaginable without a qvevri. This brochure will briefly familiarize the reader with the ancient and modern history of the qvevri and qvevri-making, how qvevris are kept and how wine is made in qvevri.

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ISBN: 978-994-0-2206-7
date of publication: 2010
published by:
language: Georgian
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title: Old Georgian Cuisine
ISBN: 978-9941-0-2136-7
date of publication: 2009
published by: Taiul Berishvili
language: Georgian [English]
a brief overview:
You can surprise no one in Georgia with its diversity of dishes, but what did our ancestors eat? Such a question often comes to mind. Given that the major part of our daily menu consists of dishes cooked from imported crops, it would be interesting to know what dishes were common in ancient times. This brochure answers the questions and also offers old Georgian food recipes made from local endangered crop species.

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