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Tusheti National Park

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შვლები ბორჯომ-ხარაგაულის ეროვნულ პარკში | Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park

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Feel all colours of nature - Agency of Protected Areas (Georgia)

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ირემი თოვლში | Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park

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ჯიხვუკა თუშეთის ეროვნულ პარკში | Tusheti National Park

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ნიამორი თუშეთის ეროვნულ პარკში | Tusheti National Park

The Tusheti National Park in East Georgia is one of the eight new Protected Areas approved by Parliament of Georgia on 22 April 2003. Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the World Bank were part of this approval process under the "Georgia – Protected Areas Development Project." Plants conserved in the park are pine groves and birch groves. The key faunal species in the park are Anatolian leopard, bear, chamois, falcon, Golden Eagle, lammergeier, lynx, mountain goat, wild goat, and wolf. The park was named one of the "12 best places you’ve never heard of" by BudgetTravel in 2011 not only for its rich biodiversity but also for its aesthetic terrain, hamlets, old defense towers, cuisine, and folk culture.
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