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.

The project will work with the local community to host working holidays for Georgian and international volunteers. Working Holidays programmes are a feature of the National Trust model, bringing together volunteers to work on heritage that is important to them.

Project Details

Location: Georgia, Central Asia, Asia Organiser(s): International National Trusts Organisation (INTO), REMPART, The National Trust of Georgia Project partner(s): Union Rempart, National Trusts UK Funder(s): ALIPH Funding received: $ 200,788.00 USD Commencement Date: 01/2021 Project Status: Active
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