Photos Georgia
Photos Georgia

Tbilisi - Rustaveli Cinema

Rustaveli cinema opened in 1939 and was designed by architect Nikolay Severov in the style of Stalinist architecture

Tbilisi - Rustaveli Cinema sculpture

Sculpture of a mine worker on Rustaveli Cinema by sculptors Valentin Topuridze and Shota Mikatadze

Tbilisi - Rustaveli Cinema sculpture

Sculpture of a female worker on Rustaveli Cinema by sculptors Valentin Topuridze and Shota Mikatadze

Tbilisi - Georgian Museum of Art

The Georgian Museum of Art is one of the most important museums in Georgia and possesses many beautiful works of art

Tbilisi - Government Chancellery

The Soviet era Georgian Government Chancellery building surely looks likes an Orwellian government building

Tbilisi - Academy of Science

The Academy of Science building from 1953 is another prime example of Stalinist Socialist Realist architecture

Tbilisi - Cable Car Station

The Cable car station behind the Tbilisi Academy of Science that has been closed a while ago

Tbilisi - Mc Donalds

One of a view Mc Donalds buildings in Tbilisi, housed in a historical Socialist Realist building

Tbilisi - Sports Palace

The Tbilisi Sport Palace was constructed in 1961 and was used for the basketball games of Dynamo Tbilisi

Tbilisi - Sports Palace athlete statue

Soviet statue of a naked athlete only dressed with a fig leave in front of the impressive Tbilisi Sport Palace

Tbilisi - Concert Hall

The round shaped Tbilisi Concert Hall was built in 1971 with a capacity of 2000 seats

Tbilisi - Chess Palace

Many Soviet cities had a Chess Palace, this one in Tbilisi was build in 1976 by architect Vladimir Meskhishvili

Tbilisi - National Scientific Library

The National Scientific Library building in Georgia is a constructed with concrete and probably dates to the 1970s

Tbilisi - Heroes Square

Heroes Square in Tbilisi with a monument commemorating the fallen of the recent wars against Russia

Tbilisi - Laguna Vere Swimming Pool

Entrance to the Soviet era Laguna Vere Swimming Pool where locals go to cool off during the summer

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