Scientists have discovered remains of ancient temples and fortresses on Khovlegora, an area in the village of Khovle, Kaspi district. They say the discovery dates back to the II-I centuries BC.
The ancient tiles were found on the upper part of the hill, where as scientists presume, was the dwellings of higher social class and temples.
Scientists assert that Khovlegora is the historic monument of world significance. Major excavations will begin here next year. The details of the new discovery will be introduced to journalists later today.
Deputy Minister of Culture of Georgia Marine Mizandari has left for Turkey today. She plans to hold negotiations with the Turkish counterpart regarding the threats that the Ishkhani Church is facing due to incompetent cleaning...
Restoration works of the Ishkhani Georgian church in Turkey are conducted improperly - according to the recent reports, the negligence and incompetence of the people working on the cultural monument on the historic territory...
State-funded folk ensemble Rustavi plans to hold concerts in Georgia`s two occupied regions of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali - the conductor of the ensemble Anzor Erkomashvili said in the interview with Russian newspaper Izvestia.
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Ministry of Culture organized a meeting of experts to discuss the problems which the Georgian Church of Ishkhani in Turkey after the reportage aired by Courier P.S. weekly analytical show broadcast on Rustavi 2. Georgian side demands suspension of restoration works of the church...
Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze abstains from speaking about the intention of the government of Georgia to check up the agreement on Rabati Fortress signed by president Saakashvili during his visit to Turkey. Minister says the government of any country is obliged to look after the monuments of cultural heritage.
The dome of Rabati Fortress in the town of Akhaltsikhe in the southwestern part of Georgia will not be changed, President Saakashvili said aftr the meeting with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.