Tbilisi

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based military

disarmament of paramilitary forces in Adjara, release of political prisoners, joint control of the customs and port of Batumi, and providing conditions for free election campaigning in Adjara. However, Abashidze refused to disarm his paramilitary forces in April. On April 19-April 21, Batumi-based military commanders Major General Roman Dumbadze and Murad Tsintsadze officially announced their insubordination to central authorities’ orders. On April 24, Adjaran Senate approved


national architectural

of their artistic merits was exacerbated when the Moscow authorities announced their intention to demolish the Hotel Moskva in 2004. Actually, all these designs, whether executed for Moscow, Tbilisi, or Tashkent, featured Shchusev's trademark blend of Neoclassical elements with national architectural traditions. birth_date birth_place Tbilisi, Georgian SSR death_date Life and career Born in Tbilisi, Georgian SSR into a family


successful attempt

him for corrupion. Shevardnadze left party work after getting appointed to First Deputy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Georgian SSR in 1964. It was his successful attempt at putting Lolashvili behind bar's which got him promoted to the First Deputyship. In 1965 he was appointed Minister of Internal Affairs of the Georgian SSR. After initiatsing a successful anti-corruption campaign supported by the Soviet government Shevardnadze was voted-in as Second Secretary


playing success

match (the match which determines who will challenge the reigning world champion for the title) against Mikhail Tal the legendary tactician (Tbilisi, 1965) Spassky managed to steer play into quiet positions, avoiding Tal's tactical strength. This led to his first World Champion match against Tigran Petrosian in 1966. Spassky lost the match with 3 wins against Petrosian's 4 wins, with the two sharing 17 draws. In the next two years, his playing success again gained the right


directing plays

) death_date Biography Born in Tbilisi, Georgia (Georgia (country)) (ruled at that time by imperial Russia) to an Armenian family, Rouben relocated to England and started directing plays in London in 1922. He was brought to America the next year by Vladimir Rosing to teach at the Eastman School of Music and was involved in directing opera and theatre. DATE OF BIRTH 1897-08-08 PLACE OF BIRTH Tbilisi


independent scientific

-chess-festival-2010-closing-ceremony.html title Singapore International Chess Festival 2010 – Closing Ceremony date 2010-12-31 publisher World Chess Federation accessdate 1 January 2011 '''Abkhazian Regional Academy of Sciences (ARAS)''', independent scientific and educational organization, was founded in 1995, in Tbilisi (Republic of Georgia (Georgia (country))), by the group of famous scientists - refugees from Abkhazia

of Sciences (GNAS). The Presidium of the Academy is based in Tbilisi. President of the Academy is Professor, Dr.Med. Shota Gogokhia. '''Abkhazian Regional Academy of Sciences (ARAS)''', independent scientific and educational organization, was founded in 1995, in Tbilisi (Republic of Georgia (Georgia (country))), by the group of famous scientists - refugees from Abkhazia. Academicians and Corresponding Members of ARAS are leading


published book

scientific institute in Novosibirsk, which was quickly filled by young and ambitious persons from Moscow. An active member of the group of mathematical economists that emerged in the USSR in the 1960s, Aganbegyan became an Academy member in 1963 (full member in 1974) and the head of the institute in 1964. He was just 32 year old and had only one published book. Early years Rurik Ivnev was born into a nobleman's family in Tiflis (Tbilisi). His father, A. S. Kovalyov


outstanding international

in the tournament itself, then won the playoffs. He won again at Tallinn, 1965, and repeated the next year, 1966, at Tbilisi. Two outstanding international tournament victories were attained at Moscow 1967 (commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1917 October Revolution), and Moscow 1971 (Alekhine (Alexander Alekhine) Memorial, equal with Anatoly Karpov). Further international tournament victories were scored at East Berlin 1962, Sarajevo 1967, Hastings International


large opposition

of the opposition against the Government of Zviad Gamsakhurdia caused an acute political dispute, which soon turned violent in the fall of 1991. Following the police dispersion of a large opposition demonstration in Tbilisi on September 2, several oppositionists were arrested and their offices raided and pro-opposition newspapers were closed. The National Guard of Georgia, the major paramilitary force in the country split into two, pro- and anti-Gamsakhurdia factions. Another powerful paramilitary organization, the Mkhedrioni led by Jaba Ioseliani also sided with the opposition. The demonstrations and barricade-building marked the next three months. On 22 September, there were the first fatalities in Tbilisi. On September 24, state of emergency was declared in Tbilisi. On October 4 anti-Gamsakhurdia groups attacked the supporters of Gamsakhurdia; one supporter of the President was killed. By late October 1991, most of the leadership of the oppositional National Democratic Party (NDP), headed by Giorgi Chanturia, had been arrested. A stand-off followed because former National Guard leader Tengiz Kitovani's armed supporters withdrew to the outskirts of Tbilisi where they remained until late December 1991 when the power struggle intensified with the opposition claiming that President Gamsakhurdia had left no chance to peaceful settlement of the crisis. Tamiroff was born in Tiflis, Russian Empire (now Tbilisi, Georgia (Georgia (country))), of Armenian (Armenians) ethnicity. The Multi-Russian: Akim Tamiroff He trained at the Moscow Art Theatre drama school. He arrived in the U.S. in 1923 on a tour with a troupe of actors and decided to stay. http: www.dougmacaulay.com kingspud sel_by_actor_index_2.php?actor_first Akim&actor_last Tamiroff http: theoscarsite.com whoswho tamiroff_a.htm Tamiroff managed to develop a career in Hollywood despite his thick Russian accent. The ''de jure'' Government of Abkhazia in exile, then the Council of Ministers of Abkhazia, left Abkhazia after the Russian-backed Abkhaz (Abkhaz people) separatist forces and their allies from the Confederation of Mountain Peoples of the Caucasus took control of the region’s capital Sokhumi after heavy fighting on 27 September 1993, leading to the mass killings of ethnic Georgians and loyal citizens (Sokhumi Massacre), in which several members of the Abkhazian government, including its chairman Zhiuli Shartava, were executed by the rebels. The Council of Ministers relocated to Georgia’s capital Tbilisi, where it operated as a de jure government of Abkhazia for almost 13 years. During this period, the GAIE was led by Tamaz Nadareishvili, until President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashviliappointed a new chairman, Irakli Alasania, his envoy in the peace talks over Abkhazia. In 1980 a big Rock festival was held in Tbilisi, Georgian SSR, named Spring Rhythms. Tbilisi-80 (Tbilisi Rock Festival (1980)). Almost all the performers and prize-winners at the festival were rock groups from the Russian SFSR. It was the first official rock festival in the Soviet Union. Catherine-Ann was born on 21 November 1959 in the Island of Barra, Scotland. There she grew up with Scottish Gaelic as her first language. Electricity did not reach the island until she was six. At the age of five she started singing at candle-lit ceilidhs in the little village of Eoligarry. During the summer she sang for tourists. At the age of seventeen she joined "Fir Chlis" (Northern Lights). It was the first Scottish Gaelic repertory theatre company and did work for radio and television. Following budget cuts the company ended after three years. She moved to the Isle of Mull, where she worked in a bar in Tobermory (Tobermory, Mull), but soon joined John McGrath (John McGrath (playwright))'s English-speaking 7:84 theatre company. Commons:Category:Tbilisi


annual public

Tbilisi, Georgia (Georgia (country)) Commons:Category:Tbilisi

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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