[Walking in the exotic city of Tbilisi] The old city is the essence of Tbilisi, suitable for leisurely stop and go, shooting the beauty of the literary style. Exquisite coloured Caucasian wooden balconies decorate the streets and buildings with vicissitudes of life, and the ubiquitous comet is a gentle presence.
The wonderfulness of Tbilisi was discovered only half a day after the last departure. I thought that I saw everything under the mountain until I checked out and found the old town of Tbilisi. Beauty~
Tbilisi is a mountain city. The Kura River passes through the center of the city and runs through the city. Large and small houses are located next to it. There are cable cars that can help you reach the top of the mountain, and it takes only half an hour to walk. Follow the trail on the top of the mountain to the mother sculpture of Georgia. The pedestrians passing by are very polite, and they sometimes stop to help and guide you. Everyone is there taking photos and moving on. We also do it and feel that we are becoming a part of this city. The sky slowly darkened, the lights gradually lit up, the temperature dropped, Tbilisi turned into another place, a totally different place. The city appeared like a star-shaped ocean, and the Church of the Holy Trinity in the distance was looking golden. Warm and mysterious.
Tbilisi The entire city is stepped up to the foothills along the banks of the Kura River. The city is high and low, and it has the taste of the mountain city of Chongqing.
Tbilisi was built in the 4th century AD and was the capital of Georgian dynasties; the ancient castle of Tbilisi was built in the 4th century, and was later occupied by Arabs, Turks and other foreigners. Through the vicissitudes of the city, many buildings have become dangerous houses, but they have not been demolished, but they continue to exist as a kind of history. I think this is one of the important reasons why I like this city, no matter where you are in the city. At the same time, you can feel the so-called heritage, the so-called precipitation, the so-called story. In the
6th century, Tbilisi was occupied by the Persians; in the 7th century it was occupied by Byzantium and the Arabs. In 1122, Tbilisi was recovered by David II and designated as the capital of Georgia. It was captured by the Mongols in 1234, and was looted by Timur in 1386. It was later captured by the Turks several times. In 1795, the Persians set fire to the city and turned Tbilisi into a scorched earth. From 1801 to 1864, the Principality of Georgia merged into the Russian Empire, and Tbilisi was annexed by Russia.
Tbilisi was built in the 4th century AD King Vakhtang Gurgasali era, is the essence of Tbilisi play, historically has been an important city in Georgia, and is also a transportation hub of the Caucasus. Most of the existing buildings in the Old City were built after the invasion of the city by the Persian Agha Mohammad Shah in 1795. You can enjoy a lot of important historical and religious buildings in the old city.