In an imaginary real country

From the highlands of Tbilisi, I got the chance to zoom out and see the beauty of the old city.

A downtown man sitting on a flying carpet taking a look at a city he knew nothing about, But only in a couple of days, learned a lot about its history, habits, and art and that by listening carefully to the greatest Georgian history teacher and keeper of all time, The people of Georgia.

It seems like there is a story behind every place in rgian friends, and the others I let them to my imagination, But I think the real stories are even better than the imaginary ones.

So, I will always describe Georgia as an Imaginary real country.

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