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Chronicle of Georgia

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Recommended sightseeing time:2-3 hours
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Chronicles of Georgia Temqa, T'bilisi, GeorgiaMap

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Georgia's Chronicle Monument, also known as Stonehenge, Georgia. But the stonehenge is made up of 16 bronze pillars 35m high each with three parts, the bottom of which is a relief depicting the characters and scenes from the Bible, and the middle of which is a significant figure in Georgian history, including the saints, the kings, the kings, the kings, the kings, the kings, the kings, the kings, the kings, the kings, the kings, the kings, the kings, Poets and soldiers, the top depicts daily scenes of Georgian festival celebrations, food and grape harvests. The monument is built on Mount Kenisi, just off the northwest corner of the Tbilisi Sea, and the Church of the Notre Dame is built next to it, overlooking the entire Tbilisi Sea. Take a taxi from downtown Tbilisi and recommend using Didi Yandex in Russia.

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The Georgian Chronicle Monument, also known as "Georgian Stonehenge (Грузинскийстоунхендхи)". The Georgian Chronicle Monument is composed of 16 bronze columns 35 meters high, each of which is composed of three parts, and the bottom relief depicts figures from the Bible and In the middle of the scene, there is a person of great significance in Georgian history. The identity of the characters includes saints, kings, poets and soldiers. The top depicts Georgian festival celebrations, food and grape harvests and other daily scenes. The Georgian Chronicle Monument was built on the Kenisi Hill next to the northwest corner of the Tbilisi Sea, and the Annunciation Church was built next to it, which overlooks the entire Tbilisi Sea.
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