4 Jul

Independence Day
By: BRAMS | Published On: 4/07/22 1:09 am

In 1870, the US Congress made 4 July a federal holiday. In 1941, the day became a paid holiday for all federal employees. Since the late 19th century, the Fourth of July has become a day of leisure activities and family get-togethers, often involving fireworks and outdoor barbecues.

The tradition of setting fireworks on Independence Day started on 4 July 1777 in Philadelphia, PA. The ship’s cannon fired a 13-gun salute in honour of the 13 colonies. The Pennsylvania Evening Post reported: “At night, there was a grand exhibition of fireworks (which began and concluded with thirteen rockets) on the Commons, and the city was beautifully illuminated.”

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3 Jun

Nino Akhalkatsi Exhibition
By: BRAMS | Published On: 3/06/22 5:08 pm

Nino Akhalkatsi, a prominent Georgian artist, invites all art lovers to her new exhibition. Attendance at the event is free. The visitors will be served tapas with soft drinks and dry white wine.


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26 May

Happy Independence!
By: BRAMS | Published On: 26/05/22 11:27 am

Today is a special day for Georgia, one of the most multinational and multicultural countries. Let’s remember the past and present heroes who fought and keep fighting for our freedom and unity.

BRAMS Institute wishes a peaceful and happy Independence Day to fellow Georgians. Happy 26th of May — keep enjoying the freedom to its fullest!


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24 Apr

Orthodox Easter
By: BRAMS | Published On: 24/04/22 1:27 am

BRAMS Institute wishes all Orthodox Christians peaceful times and blessings of Easter!

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13 Apr

30th Anniversary: Georgia & Germany
By: BRAMS | Published On: 13/04/22 8:30 pm

Georgia and Germany have a long political and diplomatic relationship, typically emerging with their friendship. The announcement of independence, which resulted in establishing the first Republic of Georgia on 26 May 2018, was an outcome of exclusively German political efforts. Similarly, Germany was one of the first countries that welcomed the reborn Republic of Georgia after the Soviet Union collapsed at the start of the 1990s.


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