It is a language not related to any larger linguistic family as it is strongly differentiated in terms of dialect. Georgian has its own alphabet, different from e.g. Latin, Cyrillic or Chinese characters. This language is unique for its simple declension and absence of grammatical genders. Georgian is spoken by about 5 million people. Most of them live, of course, in Georgia, but apart from that, Georgian speakers can be found in Russia, Iran, Azerbaijan and, increasingly, in EU countries, including Poland.