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Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia

Tbilisi or Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia, and its largest city in terms of population and area, with an estimated population of about 1,152,500 people, according to the 2010 census studies.

Reason for naming Tbilisi

One of the kings ordered during the fifth century AD to build the city near the hot springs, and to call it Tbilisi because the name Tbilisi is derived from the hot springs, where the word Tbilisi in the Georgian language means warm places.

Tourist places in Tbilisi

  • Bergumian Fall: It is a coastal region in Tbilisi where Russian-speaking tourists flock to stay and enjoy its distinctive autumn.
  • Botonical Park: One of the most important tourist places in Tbilisi, where it is located steps from the Narikala Forest in the city center, and the Georgians consider the park to be one of the most important tourist attractions for them in Tbilisi.
  • Pagrati Cathedral: The cathedral is located in the province of Limereti, where it is known as the Kutaisi Cathedral or Dormition Cathedral. It was built in the eleventh century and was officially renovated on September 16, 2012 after being destroyed by time.
  • Sataplia Cave: The cave is located six kilometers northwest of the city of Sataplia. It extends 300 meters to the east with an elevation of ten meters and a width of 12 meters.

Population in Tbilisi

Tbilisi is a multicultural, multi-ethnic, and multi-national city, in which a large number of different ethnicities live, in which there are about 89% of Georgian ethnic origins, and large denominations of Armenian and Russian ethnic Azerbaijanis, and contains Armenian, Russian, Ossetian, Jewish, and Islamic minorities.

Tbilisi airport

Tbilisi International Airport is located 18 km to the east of Tbilisi city center, and the train journey to and from the central railway station takes only 20 minutes, and buses run continuously and regularly to and from the city. Taxis are available outside the airport building, where the journey takes to the city center Duration is 20-30 minutes, and the airport contains a car rental office, parking lots, cafes, currency exchange offices, gift shops and a fast food restaurant.

Tbilisi location and climate

Tbilisi is located in the southern part of the Caucasus at 41 ° N and 44 ° 47 to 43 ° E, with an average annual temperature of about 12.7 ° C, January is the coldest month of the year in the city, while July is considered the hottest month in it, as it reaches Average temperatures are around 24.4 ° C. The city is exposed to many waves and snowfalls.

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