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The Georgian Parliament is the country’s Supreme representative body which effects legislative authority, determines the main directions of the country’s home and foreign policy, controls the activity of the Government within limits defined by the Constitution and exercises other rights.
The government, during the building's...More
This is one impressive building built in the late 30’s, taking up a huge space on the main street, (you realise how big it is when you walk past it in the heat of the day longing for some shade), to us it is a...More
First, one advice to fellow travelers. This massive edifice at about a half of the main Rustaveli Ave is the old Parliament of Georgia. It stopped working when the new, ultra modern glass dome one opened in Kutaisi, some 200 km west of Tbilisi in...More
Parliament of Georgia is located in rustaveli avenue and is a brilliant building in this region.in front of parliament are some beautiful fountain.when you stand in front of parliament and mention past history and 9 april,you have distinction feeling.
Our bus passed by Parliament House or Parliament of Georgia while being in our day trip. Asked our guide George about the heavy crowd gathered near the gate, and he said that today is April 9 tragedy, where many demonstrations started from this point in...More