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A number of ancient human skulls have been found at Dmanisi archaeological site in the Kvemo Kartli region. Believed to date from 1.8 million years ago, they are, indisputably, the oldest human remains discovered outside of Africa, and crucial to the Eurasian chapter of mankind's' evolutionary history.
Georgia's UNESCO list includes material sites and intangible cultural heritage assets; Georgian polyphonic singing, dazzling sword dances, and the ancient tradition of Qvevri wine-making. Polyphonic singing holds a special place in Georgian culture. Songs traditionally describe everyday life, in the home, on the farm and celebrating holidays.
Sites include the 6th c. Jvari Monastery, 11th c. Svetitskhiveli Cathedral, Ushguli - Europe's highest continuously inhabited village, and the 12th c. Gelati academy and monastery.
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