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The Bridge of Peace

The Bridge of Peace is a pedestrian bridge in Tbilisi. The bridge is a new steel and glass construction in the historical town of Tbilisi. The bridge links Tbilisi's Old Town to Rike Park crossing the Mtkvari river. The Bridge of Peace has a bow shape and is 150 meters long. The bridge is also illuminated with many LED lights.

Old Town (Altstadt) Tbilisi

Tbilisi Old Town is the historic town of the capital of Georgia and probably the most beautiful and inspiring part of the city. Tbilisi's old town is famed for its uniquely preserved architecture, cobbled narrow streets crossing each other. You'll come across marvelous buildings with distinct design at each corner of the old town. It is a standing proof of Georgia's history.

Funicular
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Tbilisi's Funicular is an easy, cheap and convenient transportation form that connects downtown Tbilisi to uphill Mtatsminda. The funicular dates back to 1905. In 2012 a reconstructed modern funicular system was installed. It is very popular nowadays among locals and tourists.

Narikala Fortress

Narikala is an ancient fortress that stands on a hill overlooking Tbilisi and the Mtkvari River since 4th century. The fortress was expanded throughout the history.The Mongol conquerors named the fortress "Narin Qala" which means "little fortress". Much of what we can see today are ruins from 16-17th centuries.

Tsminda Sameba Cathedral

Tsminda Sameba or Holy Trinity is the largest cathedral in Georgia. It's the main cathedral of Georgian Orthodox Church. Moreover, Sameba is one of the largest religious buildings all over the world. It stands on Elia Hill, Avlabari district of Tbilisi.

Rustaveli Avenue

Rustaveli Avenue is the central avenue of Tbilisi. The avenue bears the name of medieval Georgian poet Shota Rustaveli. It is the former Golovin Street. Rustaveli Avenue stretches from Freedom Square to Kostava Street. It is famous for it hosts most of governmental buildings, as well as cultural centers of Tbilisi.

Kartlis Deda

Kartlis Deda or Mother Georgia is a national monument in Tbilisi. The statue was erected in 1958 at the 1500th anniversary of Tbilisi. Kartlis Deda symbolizes Georgia character. The statue holds a bowl of wine and sword, as symbols of hospitality for friends and protection from enemies.

Metekhi Cathedral

Metekhi church proudly stands in downtown Tbilisi, at the edge of Mtkvari river since 12th century. It served as a fortress and residence for Georgian kings. It's also famous as Church of Assumption. Metekhi church is a fine example of Georgian Orthodox Church with a dome. Under Russian rule it was used as a barrack for soldiers. Today the remnants of the ancient fortress complex the castle, the monastery and the temple can be seen.

Sioni Cathedral Church

Sioni Cathedral is a Georgian Orthodox Cathedral in downtown Tbilisi. The cathedral dates back to 6-7th centuries. It has been destroyed and renovated several times throughout history. The church building we see today is mostly 13th century construction. Sioni Cathedral is named after Jerusalem's famous Mount Zion.

Mtatsminda Pantheon

Mtatsminda Pantheon of Writers and Public Figures is a prominent cemetery in Tbilisi. Many renowned artists, writers, scholars and national heroes of Georgian history and not only are buried here. It is located around St. David's Church named Mamadaviti, on Mount Mtatsminda. The Pantheon was founded in 1929, on the centennial of Griboyedov's death.

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