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Motsametoba, ortsipoba – is  Public-religious holiday in Imereti. Annually a national holiday is celebrated on  the day of their remembrance, October 15, - Motsametoba.  It marks the day of saints David and Konstantine. The date is  known as tradition from the XVIII century.

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Christmas Day in Georgia

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Many Orthodox Christians annually celebrate Christmas Day on or near January 7 to remember Jesus Christ’s birth, described in the Holly Bible. This date works to the Julian calendar that pre-dates the Gregorian calendar, which is commonly observed.

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Easter in Georgia


Easter is the most important holiday for Orthodox Christians. The week before Easter is called Passion Week. This is when special services are conducted in almost every church of Georgia, but the most important days are GREAT and HOLLY THURSDAY and GOOD FRIDAY.

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Gelatoba Celebration – September 21


On 21st of September in the village Gelati, near the Gelati monastery complex, local guest-houses and agro-tourism households mark so-called “Gelatoba” celebration.

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