Georgia situated in the Caucasus region, at the crossroads of Europe and Asia.
About Georgia University
Located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern
Europe, it is bounded to the west by the Black Sea, to the north by Russia. The highest mountain range in Europe is the Caucasus Mountains marking the border between Georgia and Russia. Georgia regained its independence in 1991 with the fall of the former USSR. Although it has struggled with civil wars and Russian occupation, it has made significant gains in strengthening institutions. Georgia and most of the world’s countries consider the regions to be Georgian territory under Russian occupation.
Georgia covers a territory of 69,700 square kilometres & the entire country boasts a population of roughly up to 4 million (40 Lakh) people.
Georgian culture is an exotic, mysterious and ancient culture stretching back for millennia. Elements of Anatolian, European, Persian, Arabian, Ottoman and Far Eastern cultures have influenced Georgia’s own ethnic identity resulting in one of the most unique and hospitable cultures in the world.
The capital Tbilisi, most important political, cultural and largest centre of the country. One could almost say Tbilisi is the Paris of Eurasia. Georgia is a presidential republic.
The majority language is Georgian, which belongs to the Kartvelian (South Caucasian) language group. Russian, Armenian, and Azeri are used in schools and as official languages locally. English is moderately spoken in Georgia;
The great majority of the population belongs to the Georgia. Orthodox Church, an Eastern (Greek) Orthodox church.
The Lari is the currency of Georgia. It is divided into 100 tetri.
[1 Lari =25 Rupees approx.]
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