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Architecture in Georgia

Under President Saakashvili, modern architecture shakes up ancient Georgia.

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07/27/2011: After being elected president in 2004 Mikhail Saakashvili reformed Georgia's police forces, once notorious for their corruption. Now police stations across the country are made of glass, a symbol of transparency and honesty. (Yuli Weeks/VOA)
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07/27/2011: After being elected president in 2004 Mikhail Saakashvili reformed Georgia's police forces, once notorious for their corruption. Now police stations across the country are made of glass, a symbol of transparency and honesty. (Yuli Weeks/VOA)

Georgia's New Parliament will be finished by 2012 in Kutaisi. (Yuli Weeks/VOA)
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Georgia's New Parliament will be finished by 2012 in Kutaisi. (Yuli Weeks/VOA)

Georgia's New Parliament will be finished by 2012 in Kutaisi. (Yuli Weeks/VOA)
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Georgia's New Parliament will be finished by 2012 in Kutaisi. (Yuli Weeks/VOA)

Poti Port, Georgia. (Yuli Weeks/VOA)
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Poti Port, Georgia. (Yuli Weeks/VOA)

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