Marneuli


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Marneuli

 

a city (settlement until 1964) and the center of Marneuli Raion, Georgian SSR; located on the Algeti River (Kura River basin). It has a railroad station on the Tbilisi Yerevan line, and there is a branchline from Marneuli to Kazreti. Population, 17,000 (1973). The city has enterprises of the food industry, including a cannery and a creamery; building materials enterprises, including plants producing nonmetallic materials and reinforced-concrete items; and a haberdashery factory.

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The first project (2014-16) supported the refurbishment of an infectious diseases hospital in the capital Tbilisi and the construction of a new childrens clinic in Marneuli in southern Georgia.
The Defense Ministry of Georgia told Trend on May 23 that Alasania visited an aviation brigade in Marneuli District.
In particular, Marneuli district is characterized with the highest diversity, the district is not very big for that circumstance to play an important role, at the same time the biggest part of that district is part of Kvemo Kartli region's plains, then what caused such high diversity in that district?
The prostitutes of Tbilisi arrived in the country's capital, I learned, from all over the country, from Muslim regions, from the Turkic districts of Marneuli to the north, and from Europeanized regions to west, as far away as Kutaisi.
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The schools in Sabirkendi and Hacilar villages in Marneuli region of Georgia were inaugurated with a ceremony participated by Turkish Ambassador in Tbilisi Levent Murat.
Travel history included regular trips to Marneuli district (a rural district south of Tbilisi).
That same day, Russian warplanes destroyed Georgian airfields, including the Vaziana and Marneuli airbases near the Georgian capital Tbilisi.
Other Georgian officials reported attacks at a military base in Vaziani, a military airport in Marneuli and near the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline.
Three Georgian soldiers died when it dropped bombs on Marneuli airbase 25 miles from the Georgian capital Tbilisi.
One of the most striking aspects of this collaboration is Turkey's modernization of Marneuli military base for USD 1.
In March 2006 President Saakashvili attended the celebration of the Muslim holy day Navrus Bairam in Marneuli, and in November 2005 he participated in a celebration of the Muslim holy day Bairam at a mosque in Tbilisi.