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The National Trust of Georgia

Georgia possesses a large number of historic sites worthy of saving and promoting, either as tourist venues, or workable businesses that will pay for the structure’s (or land’s) upkeep. However the country currently has no independent national organisation that enables individuals to express their concern and affection for the nation’s heritage. A National Trust of Georgia provides this alongside a practical means of helping to preserve buildings and land. Its knowledge base and experience help show private owners many methods of saving their own properties, not as yet demonstrated by the state, plus offer a means of expressing their pride for their nation – by joining as Trust members.

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The National Trust of Georgia Projects

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Community Rehabilitation in Georgia - restoring the Tsiskarauli Tower

A project with with the community to convert the site into a local resource for eco-tourism, which tells the story of border conflict in the region.

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