Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is situated on the strategically important crossroad of Europe and Asia. Founded in the 5th century, the city has a unique and splendid cultural heritage and is famed for its traditions of hospitality and cuisine. Because of its location, throughout history, Tbilisi was point of interest among various cultures and civilizations, which is reflected in its multicultural landmarks and sights. The entire wealth of monuments and places of interest are shared between two sides of the city.

Tbilisi is famous for its tolerance towards other nationalities, religious minorities and diverse communities living in the city. Georgian Orthodox, Armenian Gregorian and a Roman Catholic churches, a synagogue, a mosque and a Zoroastrian temple, peacefully standing side by side, make Tbilisi a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-religious city on the crossroad of the East and West.

Tbilisi’s architecture is a mix of medieval, neoclassical, Art Nouveau, Stalinist and the Modern structures. The capital city also has its own particular brand of architecture and landscaping, characterized by low brick or stone houses with wide, curved balconies, passages and internal courtyards.

Tbilisi is progressing with the times and becoming more and more interesting and full of life. Apart from the historical value of the capital city, the newer generation has created one of the most creative environments in the region. The city’s funky bars and clubs, museums and galleries, parks, plazas and whole streets, eye-catching contemporary architecture – all modern and ancient, make Tbilisi unmissable by any visitor. Its notable disused sewing factory (Fabrika) or former Wine Factory turned into alternative speakeasies for gathering and socializing are wildly popular among youngsters, both locals and travelers.

Tbilisi definitely is one of the most ancient, mysterious, vivid and colorful cities in the world. The capital of Georgia is distinguished by number of features that attract, fetch and fascinate every visitor. Its diverse architecture, enigmatic courtyards with Art Nouveau buildings, old houses with wooden balconies and cozy, narrow streets are mostly famed for their significance and beauty.

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