4 Being A Guest In the Georgian House

Being A Guest In the Georgian House

Posted on February 1, 2013 by team

Georgia is a hospitable country. And the best way to know the country is to be a guest in one of its houses. To see how people live from inside. So today we invite you to one Gerogian house where we’ll see how grapes are gathered to become wine, chacha or churchkhela.

The house is located on one little Georgian village. Д

The grapes have been gwoing here for about fifty years.

This car has been bought for 4000 dollars in Georgia.

There is neither gas, nor water supply and sewage in the village.

The water for the grapes is taken from this well. One of the rich neighbours has an artesian well and locals come to him for water.

Toy house that was being built from the 1980s to 1992.

This is how it looked like in summer 1991 or 1992.

There are three rooms on the second floor and four – on the first.


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4 Responses to “Being A Guest In the Georgian House”

  1. Steve says:

    Very cool. Sort of a far Northern Italy, complete with vino and grapa. One wonders if Iosef Vissarionich really had a bad childhood…

  2. lalapopolala says:

    i want power ranger boots

  3. zerk says:

    4,000? As in dollars? Waaaayyy too much for that pos

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