Tbilisi

What is Tbilisi known for?


offering views

or walk up from Saburtalo. phone tollfree fax hours price content This lake is located in the hilly outskirts of Tbilisi. A popular weekend getaway for families, the lake offers pedal-boat rentals as well as swimming (deckchairs optional) for reasonable prices (swimming entry, without deckchair, is about 3 Lari). Alright for a hot summer day, and offering views of both the mountains and the city below. Snackbars, restaurants and fruit cocktail shakers are available overlooking


great love

to Dagestan where he met his future wife Həchər khanum. Hecher Khanum's family would not approve of the marriage. So she and Niyazi decided to run away and secretly married. They lived a very difficult yet fulfilling life. The great love of his wife gave him strengths to produce most of his masterpieces, which contributed to Azerbaijan's and the musical treasury of the rest of the world. '''Kakhaber Gogichaishvili''' (born 31 October 1968) is a retired football defender who


opera past

hamburger "restaurants" exist, also some "freed chicken" imitators in the city, offering the same kind of material Americans consider "food" at prices which are high by local standards. *


main scientific

of well-known Theory of Attitude and Set and founder of Georgian school of the psychology of pedagogics. Uznadze's main scientific works are: "Wladimir Solowjow: seine Erkenntnistheorie und Metaphysik" (a monograph, in German, Halle (Halle, Saxony-Anhalt), 1910); "Henri Bergson" (a monograph, in Russian, Tbilisi, 1923); "Untersuchungen zur Psychologie der Einstellung" ("Acta Psychologica", Vol.IV, No.3, 1939, in German); "The Psychology of Set" (a monograph, in English, New York, 1966); "Psychological Investigations" (In Russian, English summary, Moscow, 1966). Biography Prince Ivane Javakhishvili was born in Tbilisi, Georgia (Georgia (country)) (then part of Imperial Russia (Russian Empire)) to the aristocratic family of Prince Alexander Javakhishvili, who served as an educator at the Tbilisi Gymnasium. Having graduated from the Faculty of Oriental Studies of the St. Petersburg University in 1899, he became a ''privat-docent'' of the Chair of Armenian (Armenian language) and Georgian Philology at his alma mater. From 1901 to 1902, he was a visiting scholar at the University of Berlin. In 1902, he accompanied his mentor, Academician Niko Marr (Nikolay Yakovlevich Marr), to Mount Sinai where they studied medieval Georgian manuscripts. After the first volumes of Javakhishvili's monumental, but yet unfinished, ''kartveli eris istoria'' (A History of the Georgian Nation) appeared between 1908 and 1914, the young scholar quickly established himself as a preeminent authority on Georgian and Caucasian (Caucasus) history, Georgian law, paleography, diplomacy, music, drama and other subjects, producing landmark studies in these fields. Mikaberidze, Alexander (ed., 2007), Javakhishvili, Ivane. ''Dictionary of Georgian National Biography''. Accessed July 3, 2007. thumb left (File:Ivane Javakhishvili.jpg) Geography and climate Gori is located Commons:Category:Tbilisi


scale projects

: www.nbg.gov.ge uploads workingpaper nbgwp01.08.pdf title Analysis of Tbilisi's Real Estate Boom last Rukhadze first Vasili author2 Tobias Moerschen year 2007 accessdate 22 November 2009 During the 2008 South Ossetia war the Tbilisi area was hit by multiple Russian air attacks. After the war, several large-scale projects were started, including a streetcar system,


international working

. * February 21 – Rezā Khan (Rezā Shāh) and Seyyed Zia'eddin Tabatabaee stage a coup d'état in Iran. * February 25 – The Red Army enters Georgian (Democratic Republic of Georgia) capital Tbilisi and installs a Moscow-directed communist government. * February 27 – The International Working Union of Socialist Parties is formed in Vienna. Exploration and Colonization * The city of Tbilisi (Georgia (Georgia (country))) on the Kura River is founded by king Vakhtang I (Vakhtang I of Iberia) of Iberia (Caucasian Iberia). Its location gives it control of the trade routes (Silk Road) between western and eastern Transcaucasia (South Caucasus). * Margarete Maultasch, Countess of Tyrol (County of Tyrol), expels her husband John Henry of Bohemia, to whom she had been married as a child. She subsequently marries Louis of Bavaria (Louis V the Brandenburger) without having been divorced, which results in the excommunication of the couple. * Tbilisi becomes a capital of European Christian Cathedra after city Smirna. George V (the brilliant) returns Jerusalem and Grave of Christ from Muslims. * Saluzzo is sacked by Manfred V of Saluzzo. Bristol was among the first cities to adopt the idea of town twinning (Twin towns and sister cities). In 1947 it was twinned with Bordeaux and then with Hannover, Commons:Category:Tbilisi


film power

''Power Trip (Power Trip (film))'' by Paul Devlin (Paul Devlin (filmmaker)). In 2003, AES sold Telasi to a Russian company Inter RAO UES. The Russian company paid $26 million to AES for Telasi and in return AES paid off $60 million of Telasi debt, in effect paying Inter RAO UES $34 million to take Telasi off their hands. The sale took place less than a year after AES-Telasi CFO Niko Lominadze was found murdered in his apartment and numerous other threats were made to AES-Telasi management. In the end, AES lost more than $300 million on the Telasi episode. Function thumb 100px 16th-century pistol holster from Tbilisi (File:16th-century pistol holster from Tbilisi, Georgia.jpg), Georgia (Georgia (country)) Holsters are generally designed to offer protection to the handgun, secure its retention, and provide ready access to it. The need for ready access is often at odds with the need for security and protection, so the user must consider the individual's needs. Choosing the right balance can be very important, especially in the case of a defensive weapon holster, where failure to access the weapon quickly or damage or loss of the weapon due to insufficient retention or protection could result in serious injury or death to the user. The last Caspian tigers In Iraq the only reported Caspian tiger was killed near Mosul in 1887. Kock, D. (1990). ''Historical record of a tiger, Panthera tigris (Linnaeus, 1758), in Iraq''. Zoology in the Middle East (4): 11–15 The last known tiger in the Causasus region was killed in 1922 near Tbilisi, Georgia (Georgia (country)), after taking domestic livestock. They disappeared from the Tarim River basin in Xinjiang in the 1920s. Ognev, S.I. (1935). ''Mammals of the U.S.S.R. and adjacent countries''. Volume 2: Carnivora (Fissipedia). Published for the National Science Foundation, Washington D.C. by the Israel Program, Jerusalem, 1962. Commons:Category:Tbilisi

also used in Nagorno-Karabakh and South Ossetia. In 1990 they were used in Vilnius to suppress the Lithuanian independence movements. Czołgi Świata, Issue 41, pp 12, 13 '''Telasi''' is an electricity distribution company of Tbilisi, Georgia (Georgia (country)). In 1998, the company was privatized to AES Corporation, whose efforts to repair and modernize the electrical grid of Tbilisi were documented in the film


great history

. Drink One is never far from a corner store opening late selling the bare essentials of life late into the night, which always include booze and bread. Georgia is known as the cradle of wine. Georgian wine was and still is the best in post-Soviet culture. Georgia produces wine, and Georgians respect wine culture. Try one of the famous wines. The region which is popular for its wine production is Kakheti. This place has a great history of wine. *


independent military

;BrIII" communication companies of the 2nd and 3rd Brigades, Solemn Ceremony at Krtsanisi National Training Center. Ministry of Defense of Georgia. June 15, 2007 and an independent military police company. Military Police Company Trained under SSOP. Ministry of Defense of Georgia. September 1, 2006 ref


good ties

(UNOMIG). During this tenure, Alasania succeeding in establishing good ties with several Abkhaz politicians and was instrumental in resuming the Georgian-Abkhaz Coordination Council, a tool for direct talks between the two sides, in March 2006. That month, however, he was appointed as Georgia’s Permanent Representative to the U.N., a decision which triggered some controversy, with critics saying that sidelining Alasania from the Georgian-Abkhaz negotiations would hinder the positive momentum

Tbilisi

'''Tbilisi''' ( ), formerly known as '''Tiflis''', is the capital (capital city) and the largest city (List of cities and towns in Georgia (country)) of Georgia (Georgia (country)), lying on the banks of the Mtkvari River (Kura River) with a population of roughly 1.5 million inhabitants. Founded in the 5th century by the monarch of Georgia's ancient precursor Kingdom of Iberia (Caucasian Iberia), Tbilisi has since served, with intermissions, as the Georgian capital. Formerly, the city had also served as the seat of the Imperial administration (Caucasus Viceroyalty (1844–81)) of the Caucasus during the Russian (Russian Empire) rule from 1801 to 1917, the capital of the short-lived Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic in 1918, of the Democratic Republic of Georgia from 1918 to 1921, of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic from 1921 to 1991, and the Transcaucasian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic from 1922 to 1936.

Located on the southeastern edge of Europe, Tbilisi's proximity to lucrative east-west trade routes (Silk Road) often made the city a point of contention between various rival empires throughout history and the city's location to this day ensures its position as an important transit route for global energy and trade projects. Tbilisi's varied history is reflected in its architecture, which is a mix of medieval (medieval architecture), classical (Neoclassical architecture), and Soviet structures (Stalinist architecture).

Historically, Tbilisi has been home to people of diverse cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds, though it is overwhelmingly Eastern Orthodox Christian (Eastern Orthodox Church). Notable tourist destinations include cathedrals like Sameba (Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi) and Sioni (Tbilisi Sioni Cathedral), classical Freedom Square (Freedom Square, Tbilisi) and Rustaveli Avenue, medieval Narikala Fortress (Narikala), pseudo-Moorish (Moorish Revival architecture#Moorish Revival in Europe) Opera Theater (Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre), and the Georgian National Museum.

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