Krakow to host Ajarian days13 August 2016
One of the most touristic cities of Poland, Krakow will host Ajarian Days organized by the Department of Tourism. Georgian intangible cultural heritage will be exhibited at the crowded square of Krakow in the open air. Stage installation has already begun; Georgian songs and dances will be performed there. A master class of Georgian dances will be provided for the tourists in the square. Quizzes, drawings and other activities connected with tourism potential of Ajara are planned to be implemented there.
The activity held in Lithuania is the continuation of the new project of Department of Tourism of Ajara envisaging organization of Ajarian Days in big cities of the target countries. Department has held Ajarian Days in Vilnius, Astana, Tel-Aviv, Minsk, Warsaw and Klaipeda. The exhibition of intangible cultural heritage is planned in Estonia, Latvia and Ukraine till the end of the year.