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- Georgia is the homeland of Europeans – 1.8-million-year-old hominid skulls found at the archaeological site of Dmanisi are the oldest human remains discovered outside of Africa.
- Georgian alphabet is one of the 14 independent alphabets existing in the world.
- Georgia is the cradle of wine – Georgian traditional Qvevri (Georgian amphora) wine making method is included in UNESCO’s intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
- Bochorna (2327m.) and Ushguli (2200m.) are the highest permanently inhabited villages in Europe.
- World’s oldest honey remains (about 5 500 years old) were found near Borjomi, Georgia.
- The oldest thread in the world (34 000 years old) was discovered in Dzudzuana Cave, Georgia.
- World’s hottest thermal water (104C) was discovered in Georgia, village kindghi, Ochamchire Region.
- DambalKhacho, a rare sort of Georgian cheese has been added to the list of UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage.
- Kutaisi (2000 BC) and Mtskheta (1100 BC) are in the number of World’s 15 ancient cities.
- There are 23 cultural species of wheat in the world and 14 among them are Georgian endemic.
- The Wall of Sighnaghi fortress with its area is the 1st in Europe and 2nd in the world after the Great Wall of China.
- Georgian Polyphonic Folk Music has been proclaimed by UNESCO as Intangible Heritage Masterpiece of the Humanity.