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On 29 of May 2015, HRH Crown Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski, (Georgian: αƒœαƒ£αƒ’αƒ–αƒαƒ  αƒžαƒ”αƒ’αƒ αƒ”αƒ‘ ძე αƒ‘αƒαƒ’αƒ αƒαƒ’αƒ˜αƒαƒœ-αƒ’αƒ αƒ£αƒ–αƒ˜αƒœαƒ‘αƒ™αƒ”αƒ‘αƒ˜αƒ‘), by the Grace of God, Head of the Royal House of Georgia, and Heir to the Throne of Georgia, extended his Royal Patronage to St. Gregory Nazianzen Orthodox Institute.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HRH Crown Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski

Father: HRH Peter Bagrationi-Gruzinski

Mother: Lia Mgeladze

Religion: Eastern Orthodox

Born: 25 August 1950 in Tbilisi, Georgia

Tenure: 1984 to present

Consort: Leila Kipiani

Issue: HRH Anna Bagrationi-Gruzinski (born in Tibilisi, Georgia on 1 November 1976)

HRH Maia Bagartioni-Gruzinski (born in Tibilisi, Georgia on 2 January 1978)

Grandchildren: HRH Princess Irina Bagration-Gruzinski, HRH Princess Mariam Bagration-Gruzinski, and

HRH Prince Giorgi Bagrationi

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coat of Arms of Bagrationi Dynasty

 

 

 

TITLES

Prince of Iberia

Prince of Tao

Prince of Klarjeti

King of Georgians

King of Abkhazia

King of United Georgia

King of Kartli

King of Kakheti

King of Imereti

King of Kartli-Kakheti

 

PREDECESSORS

HRH King Heraclius II of Georgia

 

 

HRH King Giorgi XII of Georgia

HRH Prince Bagrat of Georgia

HRH Prince Alexander Bagrationi-Gruzinski

HRH Prince Peter Bagrationi-Gruzinski

HRH Prince Peter Bagrationi-Gruzinski

 

 

ROYAL NEWS

HRH Crown Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski Meets with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I

 

HRH Crown Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski Receives Blessing and Letter of Gratitude and Recognition

From the Chief Secretary of the Holy and Sacred Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople

On Behalf of His Most Divine All Holiness BARTHOLOMEW I,

Archbishop of Constantinople, New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch

 

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