Georgia, is the largest land area state in east of the Mississippi River, it
is a South Atlantic state bordered by Florida to the south, the Atlantic
Ocean and South Carolina to the east, North Carolina and Tennessee to the
north, and Alabama to the west. The state has a varied landscape. There are
mountains and ridges along its northern border and flat coastal plains in
the south. The climate is generally mild and sunny.
Georgia has an amazing cluster of cultures, religions, fascinating
landscapes and ancient history. The country where everyone can find
something to his liking - from snowy peaks to subtropical shores, from
deserts to lush forests, from cities to enchanting villages. Ethnic
Georgians constitute a majority of the population. The official language is
Georgian, one of the oldest languages in the world. Tbilisi is the capital
and by far the largest city.
Located in wrinkled Alpine zone
Georgia is in Subtropical zones of northern periphery. The border length is
1970.8 km (315 km of which (16%) is coastline). The country is bounded by
Russian federation from North, from East - Azerbaijan, from South - Armenia
and Turkey, from West - the Black Sea..........
Georgia can be very hot in July and August.
Evenings tend to be cool, even in the summer. The climate varies
considerably from east to west; in the eastern mountains, the weather is
dryer and more extreme............
The culture of Georgia has evolved over the
country's long history, providing it with a unique national culture and a
strong literary tradition based on the Georgian language and alphabet. This
has provided a strong sense of national identity that has helped to preserve
Georgian distinctiveness despite repeated periods of foreign occupation and
Cave sites of the Middle Paleolithic age lined
along the Black Sea Coast of Georgia prove the presence of an indigenous
people sometime between 100,000 - 50,000 B.C. A great deal of archeological
evidence attests to a flourishing Neolithic culture in Georgia in the fifth
and fourth millennia B.C. Pottery and metallurgy of the Early Bronze Age was