About Tourism – New Mountain Rescue Station at Stepantsminda

A new mountain rescue station was recently opened at Stepantsminda (Georgian: სტეფანწმინდა) in Kazbegi municipality in north-eastern Georgia. So far this year, the Department of Emergency Management has rescued 87 people, including 29 foreigners, in the mountainous regions.

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Photos courtesy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia.

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