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The new rope-way will be free for school students
14:27 23.06.2012
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A new rope-way from Rikhe Park to Narikala is opened in Tbilisi.

Today, Tbilisi Mayor Gigi Ugulava visited the new rope-way together with children from the Kojori children’s house.  

Any citizen can get to the top in 2 minutes and the journey costs 1 Gel.

Students, vulnerable people and teachers will be able to use it for 50 Gel, while school students and war veterans can travel free of charge.  

The new rope-way will work from 11:00 till 23:00. 

აღდგომის დღეებში, სასწრაფო სამედიცინო დახმარების ცენტრში 6290 გამოძახება დაფიქსირდა
ცოლის მკვლელობისთვის ბრალდებულს 11 წელი მიესაჯა
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