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17th century ciborium at Svetitskhoveli Cathedral in Mtskheta Georgia beneath which the robe of Jesus is said to be buried

Mtskheta, the original capital of Georgia, is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and the place where the country first adopted Christianity in 334. Today, not only...

The Clock Tower and Gabriadze Cafe in Old Town is one of the most touted things to do in Tbilisi, despite the fact that it is only a few years old

For the past few years, my fellow travel writers have been waxing poetic about Tbilisi, the capital of the of country of Georgia. This tiny nation, hampered with a name that...

One of many sculptures of the aliens who directed Eddie Owens Martin to create the site known as Pasaquan in Buena Vista, Georgia

Whenever he needed supplies, Eddie Owens Martin would dress up in drag queen regalia, open the doors of his beat-up old station wagon, and call his cats. Dozens would emerge from...

Legacy Hall at the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts in Columbus, Georgia

Click on title to view photo in large format: Not so many years ago, downtown Columbus, Georgia, was a decaying, dilapidated mill town, with little hope for renewal. Some thought it...

Chattahoochee RiverWalk in Columbus, Georgia, a public/private partnership that has turned the river into a world-class training area for kayakers

Click on title to view photo in large format: The 22-mile long Chattahoochee RiverWalk in Columbus, Georgia opened in 2013. In addition to providing walking and biking trails, it has used...

Wall of Fame at Graant's Lounge in Macon, Georgia

Click on title to view photo in large format: The Wall of Fame at Grant’s Lounge in Macon, Georgia. It may look like a hole in the wall, but the photo...