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This picture gallery of things to see in Savannah, Georgia offers a preview of some of the charming architecture and sights to be enjoyed while visiting this …

This is a picture of the monument for Deda Ena (mother tongue). Deda Ena is a book written by Akaki Tsereteli. He created the schoolbooks were used to teach reading and writing some time back in the 19th century.

This is a picture is of Jvari (cross) Church. It’s as old as the hills, but still in pretty good shape. The church looks down on the town of Mtskheta, where the mother church of Georgia can be found – equally as old. Since Tbilisi is only 30 minutes away it is very popular to get married in the lower church then go take in the view from the upper church.

These two picturs are of some cool soviet art over the tunnel that connects East and West Georgia.

Just a random shot of the hilly countryside.

The trip from East to West Georgia is fun because it’s like a drive through Wal-Mart. I didn’t take pictures of it all but will explain: Not far from Tbilisi, people sell sheep meat (mutton) by the roadside. If you’re early enough you can see them kill and cut them. The next town is the same but with pigs instead (pork, bacon etc). Then you go by a town where people hold up puppies for sale. Other than Joseph Stalin, Gori is famous for apples and that is what they sell there. There is a town where no less than 30 families sell hammocks for less than 10 USD. The town after that sells nuts dipped in grape paste. Then you see towns where people are selling everything from cutting boards to musical instruments. This is the “pots town”

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