ფარული თბილისი – Hidden Tbilisi
Every city has its charm, Tbilisi is famous for its beauty and antiquity, everyone mentions it,but how well do they really know it? Sometimes the dynamism of the city overwhelms us and makesus forget the beauty that surrounds us.Probably many Tbilisians do not know about the amazing places that Tbilisi carefully preserves and does not allow to lose. Every house in this city hasa special history,in some of them lived famous artists, in others the fate of the country was decided or simply there lived a beautiful family with nothing special, but they lived in Georgian way- always greeted the guest with a smile and did not let them go with bare hands.However, many buildings in this city stand out more than others for their exceptional beauty, architecture, or the people who live in them.
This building used to be the ropeway of Mtatsminda, but after the tragedy of 1990 it is no longer accessible to anyone, until now the ropeway is a gathering place for young people and it is full of stencils. However, its restoration project has just been approved and soon we will see a new ropeway.
Every Tbilisian knows about the dry bridge, but many do not notice its uniqueness and beauty. Loaded with jewelry, vinyl records, books, old cameras, maps, and vintage clothing, the dry bridge also preserves the stories of these items. This place is the intersection of the new and theold, on one counter you can find jewelry from several centuries ago, while on the counter thereis a CD of the latest pop artist.
Gallery 27 is an eye-catching house with impressive carvings and it has an amazingly photogenic staircase entrance decorated with colorful stained glass windows. The gallery offers visitors local arts and crafts.
In addition to these specific places, there are many other hidden beauties in Tbilisi, as evidenced by the whole of Sololaki. Loaded with beautiful gates, entrances and small gardens, this area will definitely create a melancholy mood and take you to another world for a while, where life flows at a slow and melodic pace. There is nothing better than getting lost in the streets of Amaghleba, Kote Abkhaz, Leselidze, Bethlehem and others while discovering new details.