It's reviving the art of winemaking in the place with unique climatic conditions, where the wine industry flourished in ancient times - at the foothills of the Greater Caucasus
in the Savalan Valley.
All summer, an expedition team led by explorers Tom Allen and Alessandra Mambelli, both residents of Yerevan, Armenia, had been driving a Land Rover Defender (courtesy of the RGS-IBG Land Rover bursary) around the Caucasus region in search of suitable trails which could potentially be connected to form the first Transcaucasian hiking trail (TCT), running from the Georgian Black Sea coast, up to the Greater Caucasus
border with Russia, and all the way down to the Armenian border with Iran.
UNDP representative Eltakin Omarov spoke of the preparation of textbooks on Agricultural specialist specialty under Sustainable Land and Forest Management in Greater Caucasus
Landscape, EC ClimaEast Pilot,
In the south-eastern subsidence of the Greater Caucasus
, the Lower Cretaceous (LC) is most common.
Ganykh-Agrichay zone, located between Adjinour and the Greater Caucasus
is also an area of uplift (4 mm/year).
From the breathtaking flanks of Mount Ushba (4,719m), which offer some of the most technical routes in Europe, to the majestic white pyramid of Mount Tetnuldi (4,974m), Georgia's Greater Caucasus
is a climber's
Zakharov thinks that Washington's policy has only one goal - to implement the Greater Caucasus
The Lahij District is located in the Ismayilli region of the Republic of Azerbaijan, on the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus
Mountain Range at a height of 1,211 m above sea level.
Arabs were the first Muslims to rule over much of Georgia and the greater Caucasus
, until the balance of power shifted toward the Turks.
Tsinandali lies in the province of Kakheti, one of the most popular tourism regions of Georgia; east of the capital city Tbilisi and bordered by the Greater Caucasus
Mountains to the North.
ANKARA, Jan 26, 2011 (TUR) -- A Turkish mountaineer died Tuesday as he fell into a valley while climbing the Greater Caucasus
Mountains in Georgia.
Russia's great expanse stretches south from the Arctic for many thousands of miles until it comes to a halt at the long spine of the Greater Caucasus