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July 1994 Georgian Cultural Centre – “Megobroba” was established.

Chairman - George. Amiranashvili

Important activities:

2000 September - Georgian Language Sunday School is opened, headed by Dina Zambakhidze
(mainly specified on Georgian literacy, literature, Georgian history and Georgian folk arts.)

2006 - Georgian Language Sunday School is headed by Neli Andriasova, the Deputy Head of the Cultural Centre.

2006 - Children’s amateur dance company “Mziuri” is founded.

2009 September - Teacher of Georgian Language is Tsiala Sekhnianidze

Annual Activities:

- Exhibitions of children’s paintings and fancy-work: “Georgian Fairy-tales and cartoons”, “Seasons”, “My Dear Mother” and “Peace”.

- “Mziuri” Company takes part in Spring Festival “Novruz”, Independence Day of the Republic “Mustaqiliq”.

- Inter-centre organizes Festival “Uzbekistan is our Home”; Festival Laureate Natela Kurtish.

- Festival “National Traditions and Cuisine”.

- Charity Dinner for Veterans.

- Memorial Day.

- International S.Gognadze and R.Rezvanov SAMBO Wrestling Tournament.

- Independence Day of Georgia. 

Prominent Representatives of Georgian Diaspora in Uzbekistan:

E. Rtveladze – Academic, Historian

R. Silagadze – Doctor

A. Dokhturashvili – 2004 Athens Olympics Champion

T. Kuchukhidze – Hydro geologist

Z. Bakhtadze – International Master of Sports in JUDO and SAMBO

L. Tsintsadze – Teacher