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You can learn about the local history of the city of Georgia by

You can learn about the local history of the city of Georgia by

You can learn about the local history of the city of Georgia by


Georgian National Museum

You can learn about the local history of the city of Georgia by visiting the Georgian National Museum, which contains an impressive collection of well-preserved artifacts that will help you understand the ancient history of the country. You can also visit the Soviet exhibition, which has a special place in the National Museum. It will reveal to you many things about the system that used to rule not only in Georgia, but other countries in Eastern Europe as well. This place will impress you so that you can spend many hours in it without noticing or getting bored.



Alexander Chavchavdz House Museum

The owner of the house is a military leader, writer, academic, inventor and considered number 1 in the list of the greatest men in Georgian society. He is the son of Queen Catherine II of Russia. He grew up among the Russian nobility, and participated in many military campaigns, regarding the Tsinandali Park, which was built on an area 18 hectares, its founder Alexander Chavchavds was able to give it the character of distinction and individuality with a wonderful group of plants and decorated gardens, the garden is rich in the most wonderful plants coming from Europe, Asia, and America, the first restoration of the park was restored in 1887 by the most famous landscape designer at the time Arnold Rigel at the invitation of St. Saint Petersburg, and renovations are still going on to this day so that the world can witness the splendor of its natural landscape.



Old town in Tbilisi

You can have a nice time in the old town of Tbilisi and visit the old part of Tbilisi and have a real Caucasian experience. It’s not like any other old town you’ve seen in Europe and it has character.


Bakuriani is a wonderful ski resort, some go to it for skiing, others consider it a great place to celebrate birthdays and Christmas there. The resort is located in the Borjomi province of Georgia, on the northern slope at an altitude of 1,700 meters above sea level, and it is surrounded by many forests Coniferous green, planted especially with fir trees, Bakuriani Ngo Resort is 30 km away from Borjomi, and it is located in the so-called Bakuriani Depression or Caldera. Continental, cold and snowy in winter, and warm in summer, Bakuriani is also home to the Botanical Garden of the Georgian Academy of Sciences.



sulfur baths

It is located in the old city inside Tbilisi, the Georgian capital, and one of the most famous therapeutic areas. The sulfur baths in Tbilisi, “Abanatubni Baths” are among the most frequented by many people in pursuit of their therapeutic benefits. If you are one of the people who suffer from joint pain or skin problems. All you have to do is go to that place and enjoy the treatment offered by its magical waters. You can also try beautifying yourself in Georgia by trying to dive in the sulfur bath, which is a bath similar to the Turkish bath or the Russian banya and has a great impact on improving your psychology as a new experience.



Narikala Castle

The sacred mountain (Mtatsminda) hosts the fragments of the ancient Narikala fortress. It is an ancient fortress overlooking Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, and the Kura River. The castle consists of two sections on a steep hill between the sulfur baths and the botanical gardens. It was first known as (Shuris Tseh), which means the brutal fortress, or as it is said the enviable fortress. The cable car ride is also part of the attraction of the place as it reveals wonderful views of the city. You can enjoy the charming panoramic views of


Tbilisi on the way … Inside the castle you will find St. Nicholas Church which is worth a visit, the townspeople call it “the heart and soul of the city”, the history of the construction of the castle It is the fourth century AD, meaning that it was there from the beginning of the city, later the castle was extended and expanded several times, starting from the seventh and eighth centuries by the Umayyad Arabs, so the castle in its modern state is a vivid example of Arab fortification. Then it was expanded again by King David Albani.