The Georgian Holidays

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6 thoughts on “The Georgian Holidays

  1. yes all that is true-and till today I thought that holiday season is over by 14th-but!-today I realized that 26 of January is Chinese New Year-so given the fact that it is also “observed” by Georgians- real work will start after 26…..:)

  2. Rose: A long-standing symbol of purity, promise, and beauty. The rose symbol meanings deal with the promise of new beginnings and hope. We must also take the thorns into consideration – with the promise of new hope, we may have to endure a few stinging thorns (painful ordeals) along the way. Overall, the rose is a poignant symbol of the beauty that is ready to unfold within each of our hearts, and a reminder that we must take the opportunity to savor the beauty around us.

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