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Ancient Settlement
E33***58Tbilisi Georgia the hidden gem of Europe - Such a beautiful country , warm ,kind and friendly atmosphere. Georgia has a barrage of captivating historical scenery that’s worth viewing . This country will forever be in my heart and on the list of countries to visit again.
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Bridge
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Cherry??2009^_^Minority Georgia Peace Bridge-Return to Tbilisi from Sighnaghi, and take the cable car 🚠 to the highest point of the city Nariqala Fortress near the evening. Houses are scattered on the banks of the Kura River, and churches of all sizes are dotted in every part of the city. The Peace Bridge is radiant, and the Holy Trinity Cathedral in the farthest exudes a dazzling light!
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Castle
_We***13A great place to visit if you love hiking, good views and fresh air just a stone’s throw away from downtown. Cable road going right from the city center is also available for those who do not feel keen enough to go all the way up.
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Museum
行者晓畅The Georgian National Museum is the largest museum in the Transcaucasus region. Although the exhibition area is not too large, for a small country like Georgia, it is already quite good to be able to systematically display the country's history and culture. On the basement floor are ancient gold and silverware and religious relics, spanning from BC to Su Zhan. On the first floor is the Paleontology Hall. As soon as I entered the ancient ape exhibition hall, I was immediately shocked by dozens of restored ancient apes and ancient human skull fossils. The second floor is the exhibition hall during the Soviet occupation period. The screen near the entrance shows the video of the 2008 South Ossetia War in a loop, accusing the war of the brutal persecution of innocent civilians. The overall design of the exhibition hall is dimly lit and a gloomy environment. Even the prison door was used as a part of the decoration of the exhibition hall, showing the entire history of the Su Occupation period through photos and text. The third floor is the Oriental Art Gallery, which exhibits some Chinese and Japanese cultural relics. The museum can take pictures, and the staff will not stop it. Many cultural relics are displayed naked without the protection of a glass cover. Since there are very few tourists, it is convenient to appreciate various cultural relics up close.
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Rinko咩咩The Nariqala Fortress is the oldest defense fortress in Georgia, a ruined wall but considered by the Tbilisis to be the "heart and soul of the city." The huge cross looks down upon the city and stands like a god. Enjoyed the sunset from here and it was wonderful to have a glass of wine in hand. Take the city cable car once and get a glimpse of Tbilisi colors in the air. Take the cable car to the mother fort and enjoy the panoramic view of Tbilisi for only 2 Larrys. From this perspective, Tbilisi has a romantic dream of streets and buildings, both old Europa style and magical streamlining of modern buildings, inundating the terrain. In the Holy Trinity Church, the largest Orthodox church in the entire Caucasus, the church is said to have a dome wrapped in pure gold and spontaneous donations from believers. It can be seen from anywhere in Tbilisi. If you're lucky, you'll also have a church wedding, sacred and solemn, surrounded by churches, where worshipers kiss the icons devoutly. The Dry Bridge Market is an open-air junk market for some of the old and interesting items in the Dry Bridge Market, which is said to be an open-air junk market after the collapse of the Soviet Union, people in Tbilisi are selling their used goods and slowly forming a market, most of which are their own paintings and used paintings Fleas, old antiques, old Soviet-era objects, medallions, stamps, money, old film cameras, if you have a good eye, you can still find a lot of good. Go to the puppet leaning tower to see the whole point of the puppet ringing bell. Georgia's oldest puppet theater, nearly 40 years old, is a bizarrely leaning tower, actually a bell tower, every hour, the windows will open, inside the dolls will come out to ring the bell. Puppet shows are quite popular here, buy tickets on site almost can not buy the same day's play, if you want to see the puppet show, buy in advance. A sulphur bath for royalty in Tbilisi means "warm", named for its unique sulphur spa, so it's a place to experience the sulphur bath. Under the dome of a large bun, a bathroom, comfortable lying on the marble of massage, soaking away the tired tired of the day. "Eat a big meal, the meat lovers' paradise-style food is a big meat, and friends who like meat can eat it fast and fast. Introduce the big bun Khinkali, also known as Georgian dumplings, which contains all kinds of meat, with potatoes or mushrooms and so on." Like domestic soup bags, but not greasy, bit a small hole, wantonly sucked soup juice, meat delicious overflow. A cup of coffee is a favorite place for Tbilisi's young people to gather in the streets of Fabrika, where the niche is now popular, the street is full of graffiti, colours, bars, cafes, handmade shops to visit. Another coffee and a great day out!
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Churches and Cathedrals
Dennis Kit is immensely big, beautiful and exquisite. inside is grand and delicate. However, it is not an old building so the pious mind falls somewhat.

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Tbilisi is the capital and the largest city of Georgia, lying on the banks of the Kura River. With its stone houses built around vine-draped courtyards, and winding streets, Tbilisi has a lively Mediterranean atmosphere.

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22 Sep, 2021 Tbilisi Weather: Clear, Northeasterly Wind: 17–25 kph, Humidity: 63%, Sunrise/Sunset: 06:48/18:59
Tbilisi Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable

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