Well Known Sculptures In Tbilisi

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April 7, 2020

Well Known Sculptures In Tbilisi

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April 7, 2020

A lot of interesting statues from both Soviet and Modern times are scattered across Tbilisi neighborhoods.  Let’s take a closer look at where to find some of the most recognized statues in Georgia’s capital. 

✱ Photographer Melissa Maples. 

Shota Rustaveli Statue

Address: Mikheil Zandukeli St 2

Author: K. Merabishvili

✱ Photographer Melissa Maples. 

“TBC Clocks”

Address: Marjanishvili Bridge

Author: T. Kvesitatdze

✱ Photographer Melissa Maples. 

Big Bicycle Monument

Address: Roses Revolution Square

 ✱ Photographer Melissa Maples. 

The Tree of Life (The Wishing Tree)

Address: Rike Park

Author: D. Monavardisashvili

✱ Photographer Melissa Maples. 

Tamada

Address: At the beginning of Cotton Rows

Author: Unknown sculptor from 7th century BCE

✱ Photographer Melissa Maples. 

St. George Monument

Address: Liberty Square

Author: Z. Tsereteli

✱ Photographer Melissa Maples. 

Vakhtan Gorgasali Statue

Address: Metekhi Rise 1

Author: E. Amashukeli

✱ Photographer Melissa Maples. 

Ilia Chavchavadze and Akaki Tsereteli Monument

Address: Shota Rustaveli Ave 10

Author: V. Tofuridze

✱ By Raji PV. 

Kartlis Deda

Address: Sololaki Street

Author: E. Amashukeli

✱ One of the sculptures near Expo Georgia. 

Expo-Georgia

Address: Tsereteli Ave 118 

✱ By Raji PV. 

Chronicle of Georgia

Address: Tbilisi Sea

Author: Z. Tsereteli

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