Europeans consider Georgia to be in Asia because, by an accident of history, the country ended up on the wrong side of an arbitrary line drawn through some rolling hills called the Caucasus. Regardless, this is a European country, bound by ethnicity, history, and religion to the west, not the east. The country has been threatened fairly recently by the Russian bear, but the country is recovering and the people are warm and hospitable. Historically, Georgia has much to offer - ancient cities, churches and monasteries, mountain villages, and everywhere, smiling faces. This is a very popular touristic destination, and we have updated information, improved readability, and generally done our best to portray this interesting country favourably. Printed on paper, single-sided.