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20 years old Taji Budagov meets us on the road to the village of Kosalari of the Tetritskaro Municipality.
Shudira Papa (papa means grandfather in Georgian), 84, meets us at the entrance of his yard in the village of Ardisubani of the Tetritskaro Municipality.
Rammed Earth in Architecture is an unique structural building method of compressing a sandy mixture into a hard sandstone-like material, the analogue of which has never been used in Georgia.
Qvevri, a large, ancient Georgian winemaking amphora-like clay vessel, which is granted the status of an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Georgia