Days of Georgian culture to mark the 100th anniversary of the democratic republic of Georgia kicked off in Minsk this weekend.
The best way to get to know Georgian culture, music and cuisine.
Toe-tapping songs of celebrated musician Nino Katamadze, mouth watering dishes, folk dances and happy people with wide smiles on their faces.
The Upper Town turned into a festive gathering spot where all the elements of mysterious and ancient culture met together.
No wonder locals, foreigners and the Georgians living in Belarus waited for the first autumn weekend the whole summer.
Besides traditional activities and the “Tbilisoba” festival, the visitors could climb a ropeway over Svislach river or rock-climbing wall.
Kids and their parents could try themselves in mini-surfing, trampolines and petanque jumping, board balancing and various master classes.
“The festival has become tradition and is very popular among the locals,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said adding that up to 70, 000 people attended the event this year.