Tag Archives: Old Tbilisi

The stubborn resilience of life

Ruins. Peeled paint. Rust. Dust. Walls tilted to impossible angles, defying gravity. Roofs caving in. Empty plots strewn with rubbish. Stray animals. These are some of the features that welcome the visitor in Tbilisi’s old town and, there’s no way … Continue reading

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Precarious Equilibriums – Tbilisi’s Old Town, between neglect and recovery

It does not happen everyday to see a gigantic statue of a woman, with the features of a robot out of 1950s sci-fi film, clutching a sword and dominating from the natural pedestal of a steep hill. The statue, Kartlis … Continue reading

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