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Tkibuli or Tqibuli (Georgian: ტყიბული) is a town in west-central Georgia, Imereti Region. It is situated at the northern edge of Imereti region, close to the region of Rach'a, at the foot of Nakerala mountain. The town is a coal mining centre. Tkibuli is located between two man-made reservoirs and is a mountainous region. There were nine coal mines but now only one is functional. Tkibuli is also known for the tea that is grown in the region and sold throughout the country.
The mines are a mainstay of local economy, providing 1,500 people and their families the only source of income. Due to outdated and inappropriate safety standards, there have been several fatal accidents in the Tkibuli mines, claiming 16 lives in total in 2018.
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