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National Museum of Georgia

National Museum of GeorgiaThe spacious strict building is stylized to fit old Georgian architecture. Before, it was the building of the Caucasian Museum (from 1825). The museum is a unique depositary of Caucasian culture artifacts. The museum's gem – the Gold Fund contains the finds of excavations on Trialeti barrow (the 2 nd century BC). Golden and silver vessels, ceramics are collected in the fund. The gold cup decorated with jewels and a geometrical pattern gained popularity all over the world. The museum collection contains jewelry of the 5 th – 4 th centuries BC, numerous coins and weapons of Near East countries, handicraftsmen products - fabrics, carpets, clothes, magnificent woodcarving.


Anchiskhati Church
Betania Monastery
Bridge of Peace
Georgian Fine Arts Museum
Melik-Azarjants House (Tiflis Arcade)
Metekhi Temple
Mount Mtatsminda
Museum of Ethnography
Narikala Fortress
National Museum of Georgia
Opera and Ballet Theatre
Puppet Museum
Rezo Gabriadze Theatre
Rike Park
Russian Drama Theater named after Griboedov
Rustaveli Movie Theater
Sameba Cathedral
Shota Rustaveli Theater
Silk Museum
Sioni Cathedral
St. George Temple (Kashveti)
Suhoy Most Flea Market
Tbilisi Botanical Garden
Tbilisi History
Tbilisi Museums
Tbilisi Sulfuric Baths
The Government House
Turtle Lake
Ujarma Fortress
Vorontsov's Palace
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