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Tamina Tsereteli
Tbilisi · 1 year ago

I rent appartment

in the centre of Tbilisi .Pekini street.write who is interested


Tamina Tsereteli
Tbilisi · 1 year ago
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Tamina Tsereteli
Tbilisi, Georgia · 1 year ago
I rent appartment on Pekini street,write who is interested
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Keso Bigvava
Tbilisi, Georgia · 1 month ago
JK Rowling Finally Sets The Record Straight About The Inspiration Behind Key Harry Potter Locations
Ever since JK Rowling first published her account of the “boy who lived”, theories about the inspirations for Harry Potter – and the magical world he inhabits – have abounded. Cafés and landmarks everywhere from Scotland to Portugal display signs claiming to have played host to the author while she wrote the novels – or, more boldly, to be the basis for the likes of Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, and Hogsmeade. Fortunately, one muggle plucked up the courage to ask Rowling about it on Twitter, and she obliged with a lengthy response. “If you define the birthplace of Harry Potter as the moment when I had the initial idea, then it was a Manchester-London train,” she wrote. “But I’m perennially amused by the idea that Hogwarts was directly inspired by beautiful places I saw or visited, because it’s so far from the truth.” She then contradicted assertions that she had used a 14th-century street known as the Shambles in York as a model for Diagon Alley, and that any of Edinburgh’s landmarks really shaped her conception of Hogwarts. “A truthful tour of HP ‘inspirations’ would involve a stationery guide pointing a stick at a picture of my head, which would be zero fun and nobody would buy tickets,” she quipped. “If I’d genuinely been inspired by every old building, creepy alleyway, pub, graveyard and underpass that’s claimed, I’d have spent my late twenties on a non-stop road trip between locations, and I promise I didn’t. I was mostly sitting in places I could get a cheap coffee/could afford the rent and making it all up.” As for where she wrote the first lines of The Philosopher’s Stone? “The first bricks of Hogwarts were laid in a flat in Clapham Junction,” she revealed, along with a photograph of the building where she was “renting a room” over “what was then a sports shop”. Slightly more romantically, she penned the chapter in which Harry gets his first wand from Ollivanders under a tree – even posting a photograph of it, although she neglected to reveal its exact location. “I can’t absolutely guarantee they haven’t taken away the old tree & planted a new one in the same corner of the field. I haven’t been there for nearly 30 years. But I think it’s this one.” #harrypotter #jkrowling #hpfuns #harrypottermovies Tbilisi
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For English Scroll down ... _____________________________________ კორონა ვირუსის უარყოფით მხარეებზე რომ დავიწყო წერა, ალბათ არც გვერდების რაოდენობა მეყოდა და დიდი ალბათობით თქვენც დაგღლით, მაგრამ ვიტყვი ერთს - დაინფიცირებით არ დავინფიცირებულვარ, თუმცა ჩემი ტურისტების გარეშე ყოფნა დაინფიცირების ტოლფასია. იმ დღიდან, რაც ტურისტული კომპანიები , სასწავლო დაწესებულებები და ზოგადად, პანდემიის შედეგად ყველაფერი დაიკეტა - ფსიქოლოგიური წნეხის ქვეშ მოვექეცი. პირველი ორი კვირა აქტიურ კონტაქტს ვამყარებდი მათთან. ისინიც მწერდნენ, მკითხულობდნენ. ინტერესდებოდნენ ჩვენ ქვეყანაში არსებული ვითარებით და იმედს იტოვებდნენ, რომ ვირუსის გაქრობის შემდეგ ჩვენ ქვეყანას აუცილებლად ეწვეოდნენ. ისინი კი, ვინც უკვე დატკბნენ საქართველოს სილამაზით, ჩვენ ქვეყანაზე შეყვარებულები ორმაგად ღელავდნენ. სწორედ ამ პერიოდში მივხვდი რომ მათთან ურთიერთობა ძალიან ბედნიერს მხდიდა. ყოველდღიური კონტაქტი, მათთან ერთად ფეხით სიარული და გაუთავებელი საუბარი ჩემს ყოველდღიურობას ალამაზებდა. მთელი გულით მინდა, რომ სიტუაცია მალე ჩაწყნარდეს. დავუბრუნდეთ ცხოვრების ძველ სტილს და დაუბრუნდეს ჩვენ ქვეყანას ტურისტები, რადგან ტურისზმის თვალსაზრისით დიდი პოტენციალი გვაქვს! და მაინც, ყველაფერი კარგად იქნება, მთავარია იმედი და ძალა არ დავკარგოთ! _____________________________________ If I started writing about the negative sides of the corona virus, I probably would not have any pages and most likely you will get rid of it, but I will say one thing — I would not have been infected with it, but being without my tourists is equal to infection. Since the day tourism companies, educational institutions and general, everything was closed as a result of the pandemic - I got under psychological pressure. The first two weeks I had active contact with my tourists. They also wrote, they asked me. They were interested in the situation in our country and hoped that after the virus disappeared, we would definitely visit our country. Those who have already been enjoying the beauty of Georgia have been doubly concerned about our country. It was during this period that I realized that communication with them made me very happy. Daily contact, walking with them and endless conversations made my daily life. I would like to calm down with all my heart. Let's return to the old style of life. Return to our country tourists, because we have great potential in terms of tourism! And yet, everything will be fine, the main thing is not to lose hope and strength! Tbilisi#Indians #Arabics #Filipinos #Thailandans#ჯანსაღიცხოვრება #ბიზნესი #ახალიამბები #მოგზაურობა
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Nico Kvara
Tbilisi, Georgia · 8 months ago
I really enjoyed this event today. All of the speakers were very interesting and shared lots of great information. I especially enjoyed what co-founder of #Glovo Sacha Michaud had to say about his journey. I am very happy that more and more of such events are starting to take place in Georgia 🇬🇪 #startupgrind #tbilisi #startups #startup #event #events #startupgrindtbilisi #europeasiaconnect #business Rustaveli Theatre
The Guardian UK
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