Surami

(redirected from Suram)

Surami

 

an urban-type settlement in Khashuri Raion, Georgian SSR. Situated at the southern foot of the Surami Range. Connected by a railroad branch line with the Khashuri station. Population, 7,800 (1975). Surami has a factory for the production of glass containers, a winery, and a cannery. Quartz is mined nearby. Lesia Ukrainka lived several years in Surami, and a house-museum is maintained in her honor. The settlement has three sanatoriums.

References in periodicals archive ?
Summary: Suram Nostar is a 61-year-old Iraqi refugee who fled his country in 2010.
Films such as Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (1964), The Color of Pomegranates (1968), and Legend of the Suram Fortress (1984) combine a dizzying kineticism with a restrained, histrionic layering of images that have nothing in common with the muscular tenets of socialist realism.
But alarming rumors reached us--that the Suram tunnel was blown up and that collisions with the troops were taking place; All this produced a depressing effect on us.
15) Suram, suramlah surya kesedihan, seakan mencium ayit mayat, o keindahannya telah musnah, lidah menjulur, lusuh kumal darahnya rata mengental, o
110) In bare contrast, at the same moment, the white residents of Old Suram who comprise the lynch mob are represented, at least initially, as homicidal, dishonest, threatening to youth, "cold-natured," and "sullen-looking.
According to reports, Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Adhkunwari police post Suram Chand, Munshi Deepak Ram and Selection Grade Constable Bishan Dass were suspended.
Kiran Kumar Suram, MBA; Thirulokchandar Thilaga, M.
Suram Sathyam, 29, from Nizamabad in Andhra Pradesh state, was critically injured at a Barbar worksite on September 10, when he fell into a trench being dug up to lay a pipeline.
In the context of Parajanov's individual oeuvre, The Colour of Pomegranates is the first completed feature-length film fully to employ this style, which also distinguishes the features The Legend of Suram Fortress [Ambavi suramis tsikhisa] (Georgian-Film, IFEX, 1984) and Ashik Kerib (Qartuli Pilmi, IFEX, 1988).
Brief excerpts from all his major films--including "Shadows of Our Forgotten Ancestors," "The Color of Pomegranates," "The Legend of Suram Fortress" and "Ashik-Kerib"--illustrate his deep feeling for local history and his ability to bring it alive through lush, sensual imagery.
Ludwig subsequently proposed building a pipeline parallel with the entire route but the government was afraid to lose vital rail revenues and he had to content himself with a small forty-mile stretch of pipeline over the Suram Pass between Batum and Tiflis.
The hotel, which once catered for up to 90 visitors, is owned by a Jersey-based company called Suram Holdings Incorporated.