There are more than 500 million people in the former Soviet Union, including Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.
All of those countries have their own tourism industries.
While most countries in the region are well-traveled, the region does have some of the most popular destinations in the world.
Here’s a guide to some of Georgia’s best attractions, from the best hotels to the best boutiques.
Gavka The capital of Gavkas capital city Gavkazhganj, Gavkan is a city of over 40 million people and a popular tourist destination.
It’s a beautiful city with many museums and art galleries.
Located in the country’s mountainous south, the city offers visitors a number of attractions, including a historic and cultural centre, an opera house, a museum and an underground railroad system.
Its a great place to see the Taj Mahal and the Grand Opera House.
Kazakstan The capital city of the former republic of Kazakhstan.
It has a population of nearly 300 million and its a small country with a population that’s growing at an average rate of 7% a year.
With a population over 3 million people, Kazakstans economy is dependent on tourism, and the country has over 1,200 tourist attractions.
Kazaks tourism economy depends heavily on the countrys rich mineral resources, which are mostly located in the Kola Peninsula.
It also has some of Russia’s most famous and expensive ski resorts.
Kyrgyll In the Caucasus mountains, Kyrgyl is a small city on the outskirts of Kyrgystan.
The city is located on the Russian border with Tajikistan and is famous for its hot springs, which can be enjoyed for a night in a hotel and a day in the mountains.
Kyrgzans most famous ski resort, the Caspian Sea resort is located there and is one of the world’s most popular resorts.
The country also has a number