Ring Statue of Folk Dance Berikaoba
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Ring Statue of Folk Dance Berikaoba

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The sculpture of folk dance composition "Berikaoba" (national Georgian holiday) in front of a Children's Art Gallery created by A. Monaselidze and G. Janberidze. The peasants are dressed as animals for a pagan celebration. Georgia, Tbilisi.

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H: Peace Bridge (After Sunset)

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I: Church by the name of "Sioni"

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