Collecting honey at rock top to Georgia

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Beekeepers Western Georgia risk life for the sake of liquid gold ​ It is honey dzhara, one of the purest natural delicacies on Earth. It is done only in mountains by Autonomous Republic of Adjara, to Western Georgia. Every spring and fall when weather steadily soft, Adzharian beekeepers in border with Turkey the area climb up high rocks … … and trees for collecting honey, using so ancient method that its origin is lost in time. Beehives dzhara are made of the hollowed trunks of lindens which are known for the not heavy and easily processed wood. Then the hollowed logs put there where bees can...

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