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Georgia’s Chiatura Church

Georgia's Chiatura Church

About 10 miles from Georgia’s small town of Chiatura, the Katskhi Pillar juts upward from verdant green hills. Known as Chiatura Church, this ancient stone structure has overlooked the hills of Imereti province for over a thousand years. Before Chiatura church was built, it is believed that the pillar was an ancient site for pagan rituals. When Christianity took root in Georgia, a group called the Stylites took over the pillar.

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Travel Georgia and Learn about Georgia’s Wine Culture

Travel Georgia and Learn about Georgia's Wine Culture

The Republic of Georgia has a tradition of wine making that dates back nearly 8,000 years. Here’s another excuse to travel Georgia through Reach To Teach Recruiting.

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