On October 25-28, 2022, a history camp was held in Yerevan for students who won the History Competition. The Georgian delegation refused to participate to avoid the imminent threat of military conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Instead, excursions for the winners and their teachers were held in Tbilisi and Gori on October 29 and 30, 2022. Twelve students and three teachers from Tbilisi and different regions of Georgia participated in it.
On the first day, the event participants visited the Museum of Soviet Occupation. After that, a meeting was held in the office of the Soviet Past Research Laboratory (SovLab), one of the project's partner organisations, where the students got acquainted with its activities and presented their winning essays to each other. SovLab researcher Rusudan Kobakhidze led the meeting. In the end, Irakli Khvadaginai, the Director of SovLab, gave a tour of Tbilisi's "Topography of Red Terror" and showed samples of Soviet architecture. Students received the publications of the previous history competition's winners and the materials prepared by SovLab at different times.
The second day began with a visit to the Stalin Museum. After that, full of impressions, young people visited the cave town Uplistsikhe. That day they further deepened the students' knowledge about the Soviet past and the history of Georgia. Representatives of the SovLab held the Evening excursions to the Museum of Soviet Occupation and Stalin Museum and Tbilisi.