Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Archive by 2009-01-01
Happy New Year, Tbilisi!
Any Georgian family – no matter how big, small, rich or not very rich it is – will have nadughi, satsivi and kozinaki on the New Year menu. What? Don’t you know what they are? Then let’s go ahead to pre-festive Georgia where long before the clock strikes midnight the head twirls with a hoppy smell of new wine and scents of spices and fruit.
New Year celebrated in South Ossetia
After a tough 12 months, people in South Ossetia greeted 2009 amid the ruins left after the war with Georgia. The celebrations lasted all day, but instead of welcoming a new year, South Ossetians celebrated the fact that 2008 was finally over, mourning those lost in the conflict.
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