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New resort to be created at Goderdzi Pass
13:54 13.09.2012
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Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili laid foundation of the hotel-complex “Piazza Alta” at Goderdzi Pass, where a brand new resort will soon be established. 

The complex consists of 5 hotels. All the necessary tourism infrastructure will be arranged there, which will satisfy visitors of all ages and tastes. 

The first phase of construction will be completed by the end of 2013 and it will fully operate from 2014. On the construction 300 local workers will be employed.

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