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At the time the discovery was assumed to be the oldest written language ever found in Georgia.
With the recent testing, Beta Analytic confirmed this was the oldest written language in Georgia but in the top three oldest writings ever discovered.
But that’s just a note to think about if you are considering moving your life to Georgia, because trust me it will cross your mind while you’re there. Georgian hospitality will lead you to gain insight into the unique ancient culture and history of the people.
It will also fill your belly with more fresh bread, cheese, mchadi, and other snacks then you could fathom. Don’t let a short timeline stop you from exploring it!
Here are several pluses and minuses to heading abroad to this great country in the Caucasus with a rich culture, history, and fabulous cuisine. I know almost every country boasts of its warm and gracious people, but Georgia will take you in unlike anywhere else I’ve been in the world.
As a tourist, this hospitality lessens your anxiety and enriches your overall experience.
One of the most popular words they use is ‘shechema’, which means - my brother. If you are a tourist and see a group of boys dressed in black and talking in a loud voice, you can be pretty certain that they are dzveli bichebi.
There can be many subgroups of dzveli bichebi on one street, and every one of them tries to prove to the world that they are the most powerful. They like to imagine that they “own” the streets of Tbilisi.
The only thing known was that both writings dated back about 3,000 years and each used a different writing system.
When in doubt, just follow the trail of sunflower seed shells that often litter the ground where they have been.
When it comes to dating, they only choose girls that they truly love. They are frequently involved in a kind of conflict between two households, similar to Romeo and Juliet.
From anywhere in the country there are great daytrip or weekend opportunities – I highly recommend going north to Svaneti or Kazbegi or into the wine country in Khakheti.
Find your city’s transportation hub (Didube metro in Tbilisi, Batumi Bus Station/Tbilisi Square in Batumi) and hop a marshrutka or hail a taxi to anywhere you want!