4th International Conference: "Modern technologies and methods of inorganic materials science" (IMS 2021) will be held on May 20-21, 2021 in LEPL- FERDINAND TAVADZE METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE INSTITUTE (0186, Tbilisi, Georgia, E.Mindeli st.№8b)
Tbilisi -formerly known as Tiflis is the capital and the largest city of Georgia. Founded in the 5th century on the banks of Kura River and located on the crossroads of Europe and Asia, Tbilisi has always been a meeting place of different cultures. City's favorable and strategic location was always a reason of rivalry between the region's various powers such as the Roman Empire, Parthia, Sassanid Persia, Arabs, Byzantine Empire, and the Seljuk Turks. Rich history of the capital ensured ethnic and religious diversity of its population that also reflected in architecture. This is especially evident in the city's Old Town, where a mosque, synagogue, and Eastern and Oriental Orthodox churches can be found less than 500 meters from each other. Ancient structures next to modern buildings, many museums and theaters, nightclubs that are always full, restaurants serving famously tasty Georgian cuisine, hospitality of the citizens and sunny weather are things that make Tbilisi so unique and a place that welcomes visitors from all over the world.
Georgia is a country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia, with population of about 3.75 million. This ancient country has a rich history that can be traced to classical antiquity and beyond, located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe it has long been an important contact zone. The traditions of the East and West meet in Georgia to form a culture unlike any other in the world. Wild beauty of the nature, stunning landscapes, ancient churches, unique language and alphabet and most importantly people famed for their traditions of hospitality, wine making, music and cuisine make Georgia one of the most fascinating countries of the world.
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