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Shota Kavlashvili Monument at Baratashvili street
Georgia

Baratashvili street is the main street of the old town Tbilisi. At the beginning of the street there is a monument to the distinguished Georgian architect Shota Kavlashvili (1999), the author of reconstruction and renewal of the old areas of the city.

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Uploaded: 22/01/2010
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