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The Monument: The Chronicle of Georgia

Here we are just inside of the monument called Chronicle of Georgia. This monument describes the most famous persons and events related to the history of Geogria. Some bible stories are also shown.

The monument is located close to the Tbilisi Sea.

It's a sunset time, you may see the last rays of sun light on the columns of the monument.

Copyright: Andrey Yavolovsky
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10774x5387
Uploaded: 28/07/2010
Updated: 03/10/2014


Tags: tbilisi; georgia; monument; chronicle; saqartvelos; matiani
  • JeffreyMartin360Cities almost 2 years ago
    How tall is this thing?
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