On October 26th, Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Tbilisi hosted a presentation of National Geographic Georgia October issue to coincide with the ninth anniversary of the magazine.
We were pleased to host such an important event for the magazine, which has played an important role in promoting Georgia’s culture and natural environment.
From the first, National Geographic Georgia has taken the responsibility of spreading education and knowledge. The magazine shares credible information about ongoing important events to the Georgian public.
Recent projects in Georgia included a photography competition in May, in which the public was encouraged to contribute images that reflected their experience of the pandemic. In the same month, National Geographic Georgia celebrated its 100th issue in a celebration hosted at the historic Tsinandali Estate. In 2020, National Geographic author Giorgi Gogua won the EU Prize for Journalism for the article “On the Road” about Tusheti.
National Geographic has been published continuously since 1888, and is one of the most widely read international magazines with more than 100 million readers from all over the world. It is printed in 36 languages and distributed in more than 100 countries. National Geographic Georgia was founded in 2012 with the support of Silknet.
Silk Road Group looks forward to hosting the 10th anniversary of National Geographic Georgia next year.