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According to shoppingpicks, April in Georgia marks the start of the warm season. Temperatures range from an average high of 21 degrees Celsius (70 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 13 degrees Celsius (55 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall significantly increases to an average of 80 mm (3.1 in) per month, and thunderstorms become more frequent. May continues to be warm and wet, with temperatures ranging between 20-16°C (68-61°F). Rainfall remains high at an average of 80 mm (3.1 in), while thunderstorms become more common. June is still warm and wet, with temperatures ranging from an average high of 24 degrees Celsius (75 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 17 degrees Celsius (63 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall further increases to an average of 100 mm (3.9 in), and thunderstorms are frequent. Georgia is located in western Asia, on the Black Sea. Georgia is covered in the north by the Caucasus. Winters in the mountains are cold and wet. There is eternal snow on the peaks. The east has a continental climate, with large differences in temperature between summer and winter. It is a dry area, most of the precipitation falls in the summer period. The west has a temperate subtropical climate: warm in summer, 25-30°C, and mild in winter. It is a very wet area. The best time to travel to Georgia is spring (April-June). Check areacodesexplorer for Georgia History.

Georgia Geography and Population

Georgia (Geography) Georgia has a lavish and varied nature. The northern part of the country is characterized by the Great Caucasus’ snow-capped peaks and south-facing mountain slopes. The highest point is Kazbek (5047 m). To the south lies the Little Caucasus, whose lower mountain ranges continue into Turkey and Armenia. In between are fertile, densely… Read More »

Things to Do in Georgia

Georgia is located in the Caucasus. The country is surrounded by the Black Sea, Russia, Turkey, Armenia and Azerbaijan. The country is full of mountains, interspersed with volcanic plateaus, lakes and hot springs. Nature lovers can enjoy forests, swamps and even temperate rainforest. Those who like to ski or walk in the snow will find… Read More »

Georgia Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data The Georgian economy was able to respond to the pandemic shock thanks to government policies and the flexibility of the business sector. In 2021, GDP grew by 10.6%, foreign trade by 25.4%, foreign investment by 102% and tourism revenue by… Read More »

Geography and Climate of Abkhazia, Georgia

According to Biotionary, Abkhazia is located on the Black Sea coast. The resorts of the republic are very popular among tourists because of the healing microclimate, clean mountain and sea air, beautiful mountain landscapes, and also because of the presence of mineral water sources, on the basis of which numerous sanatoriums and health centers have… Read More »

Georgia History

The current Georgia roughly corresponds to the regions that the ancients called Colchis and Iberia. The Georgians formed their first nation state upon the fall of the Macedonian Empire. In the 4th century. their conversion to Christianity began. They had their own script, with two different alphabets related to the Armenian alphabet. The economy was… Read More »

Georgia Brief Information

Georgia is an ancient, proud and hospitable country of Transcaucasia, located between the eastern coast of the Black Sea and the Greater Caucasus Range. Tourists have always loved this country: for the hospitality of the locals, the majestic beauty of the ancient mountain temples, soulful music, amazingly delicious cuisine and, of course, the legendary Georgian… Read More »

Georgia State Facts

  CAPITAL Tbilisi STATE STRUCTURE Parliamentary republic INTERNAL DIVISION The state is divided into the capital Tbilisi, 2 autonomous republics and 9 regions. SQUARE 69,700 km² CLIMATE Subtropical OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Georgian language CURRENCY Georgian lari POPULATION 3.7 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION Georgians (86%), Azerbaijanis (6.27%), Armenians (4.53%), Russians (0.71%) RELIGION Secular state TIMEZONE UTC +4 /… Read More »

Georgia History and Society

Georgia is a country located on the border between Europe and Asia located on the Black Sea coast, south of the Caucasus. Former republic of the former Soviet Union, it shares borders with Russia to the north, and with Turkey, Armenia and Azerbaijan to the south. Tbilisi is the capital city of Georgia according to itypemba. History Medieval stage The Romans conquered with Pompey the coastal part of… Read More »

The Patchwork Quilt Georgia Part I

Georgia is both one of the most fragmented and one of the most strategically important countries in the former Soviet Union. In 2003, the so-called Rose Revolution took place, and the country gained new, young leadership. In 2006, an important oil pipeline was completed with Western support, and Georgia has developed an ever closer relationship… Read More »

The Patchwork Quilt Georgia Part II

5: The conflict in South Ossetia During 2005 and 2006, the allocations to the Armed Forces increased sharply. In the government, those who wanted a peaceful solution to the conflict were replaced by people who were more positive about the use of military force, including the new Minister of Defense, Irakli Orkuashvili. He has recently… Read More »

South Ossetia, Georgia

South | Osseti | en, Georgian Samchret Osseti, Autonomous Region of South Ossetia, former autonomous region in northern Georgia (the autonomy status was formally revoked by Georgia in 1990, since then officially by the Georgian side “Tskhinvali region”), at the same time internationally not recognized secession state with its own legislature and Executive (own name… Read More »

Georgia Travel Advice

General travel information for Georgia Continent: Asia Geographical location: Borderline between Europe and Asia, east of the Black Sea Highest elevation: Shchara (5200 m above sea level) Longest river: Kura (1364 km) Form of government: Republic System of Government: semi-presidential system Languages: Georgian (official language), regional Official language: Abkhaz Neighboring countries: Turkey, Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan… Read More »