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Georgia  

The tiny country of Georgia is bordered by Turkey, Russia and Azerbaijan. Here, more people live to be 100 years old than anywhere else in the world. These people are centenarians. Some people live to be 120 years old and remain active until they die. Scientists think people live so long because they spend a lot of time working outdoors and eat a healthy diet.

Easy Earth Science for Kids on Georgia - Image of the Borjomi Kharagauli National Park in Georgia

Easy Earth Science for Kids on Georgia – Image of the Borjomi Kharagauli National Park in Georgia

Georgia has a warm climate. It is bordered on the north by the Caucasus Mountains. To the west, lies the Black Sea. Many people farm here. In particular, grapes grow well here.

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Fun Kids Science Facts on Georgia - Image of the Black Sea in Georgia

Fun Kids Science Facts on Georgia – Image of the Black Sea in Georgia

Fun Facts about Georgia for Kids

  • Tbilisi is the capital city.
  • Georgia has 26,911 square miles of land.
  • 4,501,000 people live in Georgia.
  • People here speak Georgian, Russian, Armenian, and Azeri.
  • Most people are Georgian Orthodox, Russian Orthodox or Muslim.
  • People can expect to live at least 77 years here.
All about Georgia Easy Science for Kids - National Flag of Georgia

All about Georgia Easy Science for Kids – National Flag of Georgia

Georgia Vocabulary

  1. Centenarian: someone who is 100 years old or more
  2. Tiny: small
  3. Border: edges join

All About Georgia Video for Kids

Watch this awesome Georgia video for kids:

This is a video presentation of the culture, seascapes and landscapes of Georgia.

Georgia Q&A

Question: Does Georgia belong to Russia?

Answer: Georgia was part of the Soviet Union until 1991.

Map of Georgia

Here’s a map of the country of Georgia and all its cities and villages. Zoom in to get into street level or zoom out to see other countries around Georgia! You can see the terrain, but also see the roads, images of the buildings and even take a 3D tour through the streets of the cities of Georgia, as though you are actually there!

 

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