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Georgia’s Tbilisoba festival held in Minsk

Tbilisoba 2017. The first autumn weekend in Minsk passed with Georgian warmth and color. On September 2, 2017 the Belarusian capital started dancing lezginka and acharuli (traditional Georgian dances). All of this was accompanied by the driving Caucasian rhythms in performance of the legendary “Georgian voices”.

As many as three years ago Minsk and Tbilisi became twin cities, from then on this Georgian festival is celebrated in Minsk every autumn. The Upper Town turned into one whole feast. As many as 25 traditional cuisine restaurants, khachapuri (cheese-filled bread), khinkali (dumpling), churchkhela (candle-shaped candy) and wine. One could try and cook it himself.

The celebration lasted till late night. The celebrities of Georgian electronic music entertained the guest nearer midnight, the historic center of Minsk turned into a dancefloor. Everyone had an opportunity to visit Georgia without leaving Minsk.

Georgia’s Tbilisoba festival held in Minsk