Kura River

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Noun1.Kura River - a river in western Asia; rises in northeast Turkey and flows to the Caspian Sea
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Capital Tbilisi on the Mtkvari river is the most happening city of the country.
David Peradze, previously Director of Mtkvari HPP, has been appointed as his replacement.
The Mtkvari power plant, for which Voith is supplying the entire electrical and mechanical systems, is currently being built in the south-west of Georgia.
In addition to the Red Bridge, Georgia and Azerbaijan are connected with the customs checkpoints Gardabani, Mtkvari, Lagodekhiand Samtatskaro.
With an unrivalled location on the famous Rustaveli Avenue, close to the banks of the River Mtkvari, The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi is situated in the heart of the capital.
The historically significant shrine of Sveti Tschoveli in Mtskheta is situated at the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari Rivers, about 20 minutes northwest of Tbilisi.
Giorgi Chakhava and Zurab Jalaghania's 1975 Ministry of Roads Building, with its interlocking forty-foot cantilevers and dramatic site on the steep banks of the Mtkvari River, is one of the most famous Soviet structures in the country.
Georgia shares its borders with Russia, Turkey, Armenia and Azerbaijan and its capital Tbilisi, which straddles the steep banks of the Mtkvari River, has positioned itself for centuries as a crossroads between Europe and Asia.
Izabella Gutidze, general director of Telasi JSC, Mtkvari Energy Ltd.
The contemporary exterior is clad in reflective glass and copper, shimmering above the waters of the Mtkvari River and is constructed mainly of reflective glass cladding.
Located in the picturesque Mtkvari River valley, Georgia's capital, Tbilisi, is more than 1,550 years old.
The Old City is sited along the River Mtkvari, with its ancient narrow streets winding up a picturesque mountain ridge to a 4th century fortress.