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Facts about Georgia that you may not realise
Georgia -the homeland of EURASIANS
1.8 million years old fossilised skulls from Dmanisi are the oldest remains of humans discovered outside of Africa
Georgia is the most ecologically diverse country in Europe. There are 12 different climate zones & 49 types of soil.
Ancient Georgian traditional Qvevri wine-making method is inscribed on the UNESCO Representative list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity
Europe’s highest permanently inhabited settlements are villages Bochorna (2327m) and Ushguli (2200m)
The World’s oldest honey remains (5500 years old) were discovered in Georgia, near Borjomi
The oldest thread in the world – flax fibres (34,000 years old) discovered in Georgia, Dzudzuana cave, Imereti
There are 23 cultural species of wheat in the World, from which 14 species were cultivated in Georgia and 5 of them are Georgian endemics
The World’s hottest thermal water (104 c) was discovered in the Georgian village Kindghi, region of Ochamchire