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  • Houssam Dayoub
    Safita, Syria12 contributions
    Visiting the Old Twon will give an authentic experience of Old Tbilisi life and history.
    From old churches, Synagog, Mosque, Sulphur Baths and old buildings, to traditional foods, restaurants, bakeries and shops.
    Walking through the stone roads, where you can rest any time at good cafe or restaurant makes it a good tour to explore the Georgian traditional cousin and drinks.
    Written 10 May 2022
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  • Marija K
    9 contributions
    How to review the place you definitely must see from inside? Can not imagine Tbilisi without it. A stunning newly build Cathedral became a symbol of Tbilisi.
    Written 3 May 2022
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  • Niyati A
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates123 contributions
    A lot different than cable car. The views are amazing. Its comfortable. Just do not forget to wear face mask, even the driver wasnt wearing it but the customers have to , otherwise buy it for 1 GEL.
    Written 5 May 2022
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  • arvind1000
    Pune, India2,223 contributions
    The Narikala is an ancient fortress overlooking Tbilisi, and the Mtkvari (Vari) River. The fortress consists of two walled sections on a steep hill between the sulfur baths and the botanical gardens of Tbilisi. The fortress can be reached from a tramway or road. Aside from walking the fortress walls, other things to do on Narikala Hill include visiting the Mother of Georgia statue. The views of the city from top of the hill are spectacular.
    Written 20 April 2022
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  • Greg Alford
    Dallas, TX164 contributions
    Gorgeous piece of architecture. I think it’s almost prettier in the day because you can see the detail of the bridge. It’s always very busy but either way day or night it’s a gorgeous piece of architecture and a must see.
    Written 14 May 2022
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  • arvind1000
    Pune, India2,223 contributions
    Rustaveli Avenue is the central avenue in Tbilisi named after the medieval Georgian poet, Shota Rustaveli. The avenue starts at Freedom Square and extends for about 1.5 km in length.
    We walked from the Freedom square to the end of Rustaveli road passed many government and cultural buildings on the way including
    The Parliament of Georgia building, the Georgian National Opera Theater, the Rustaveli State Academic Theater, the Georgian Academy of Sciences, as well as the Kashveti Church.
    Written 21 April 2022
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  • Виктория
    Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine3 contributions
    The monument is located in a picturesque place overlooking the Tbilisi Sea. The most convenient way to get there is by taxi or with a guide by car, since the place is far from the center. I also recommend to go to the "sea" and enjoy the silence and clear water. You can swim in the summer
    Written 21 November 2021
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  • Sophie B
    8 contributions
    We loved the architecture and the possibility to stroll on an alley without having to go up or down the hill. There are many interesting small shops and oriental restaurants on the way, so it would be a pleasant walk if it wasn´t so loud and crowded.
    Still a beautiful place to stroll.
    Written 28 September 2021
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  • arvind1000
    Pune, India2,223 contributions
    Metekhi, is a Georgian Orthodox Christian church located on the left bank of the river Kura. It sits on the Metekhi Cliff opposite the old town of Tbilisi. Much of the existing structure dates back to the Middle Ages and was built in the 13 century although oral tradition traces Metekhi's origins further to the 5th century.
    The cathedral is worth a visit.
    Written 20 April 2022
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  • Stella
    Stockholm, Sweden2,110 contributions
    Beautiful church, spectacular especially on the outside. I went in but only briefly as there was an ongoing funeral service at that time. Easily reachable from Rustaveli Avenue.
    Written 11 December 2021
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  • Виктория
    Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine3 contributions
    It is not the best place in the city, it is very noisy near the road, it is not convenient to take pictures. I recommend the place only to those who really appreciate these heroes, for the rest of the impressions there will be not much
    Written 21 November 2021
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  • Sophie B
    8 contributions
    We enjoyed the view and the atmosphere, but we were lost without a guide who would provide context to all the gravestones and stories behind these people.
    Written 28 September 2021
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  • Lauren A
    United Kingdom27 contributions
    Truthfully, you can’t see much when you get up there.

    I took the cable car from rike park, and turned right, following the path along to the Kartlis deda. It is a pleasant and easy walk along, and on the way there are a number of small stands selling Georgian jewellery and artefacts and small memorabilia. There is also a man selling freshly made cakes

    When you get to the statue, you can only see it from behind, meaning you don’t get any good photo opportunities or get to see it up close. You do however get some nice photos from the cable cars on the way up.

    There is also some steps to take you around to the front, overlooking the town and bank below. There is a sign encouraging you to throw a coin over the scaffolding and make a wish, which I did and thought was super cute.

    Other than that, there is nothing to do up there. It is worth a walk along to the botanical gardens or narikala fortress to make the trip more exciting
    Written 2 April 2022
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  • The World is My Oyster
    Orlando, FL19,375 contributions
    Just beautiful horseman statue of the King that's overlooking the old town. Right next to the Cathedral on the hill, this was one of our favorite monuments in Tbilisi!
    Written 26 July 2021
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  • arvind1000
    Pune, India2,223 contributions
    The Anchiskhati Basilica of St Mary is one of the oldest surviving churches in Tbilisi. It belongs to the Georgian Orthodox Church and dates from the sixth century.
    Originally dedicated to the Virgin Mary, it was renamed Anchiskhati (i.e., icon of Ancha) in 1675 when the treasured icon of the Savior created by the twelfth-century goldsmith Beka Opizari at the Ancha monastery in Klarjeti was moved to Tbilisi so preserve it from an Ottoman invasion. The icon was preserved at the Basilica of St Mary for centuries (but now moved to national museum).
    Written 20 April 2022
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