Georgia

“The Chronicle of Georgia” by Jonin Marie Gargoles

The monument chronicles Georgian history. The top part of the 30 meter tall columns feature kings, queens and heroes and the bottom part depict stories from the life of Christ.

The history of Chronicle of Georgia is a monument located near Tbilisi sea. You will definitely love the overlooking view of Tbilisi Sea.

We enjoyed doing jump-shots of the amazing monuments.

It was created by Zurab Tsereteli in 1985 but was never fully finished. The monument chronicles the history of Georgia. The monument sits at the top of a large set of stairs. There are 16 pillars that are between 30 – 35 meters tall and the top half features kings, queens and heroes while the bottom part depict stories from the life of Christ. There is a grapevine cross of St. Nino and a Chapel.

Is it worth to visit the Chronicle of Georgia?

It’s a BIG YES!!! DEFINITELY! YES, it’s worth all the effort! No matter which option you chose, the Chronicle of Georgia is a spectacular place and a perfect alternative to all the churches and beautiful architecture of Old Tbilisi. You should definitely try to squeeze it into your Tbilisi itinerary, you won’t regret it!

Contact Person :

I could recommend the BEST TOUR GUIDE OF GEORGIA

Name : Mama “GIA BULAURI”

Contact Number/Whatsapp : +995 593 000370

“He is very personable, friendly, and above all, so passionate about traveling and sharing his country to us that his enthusiasm overflows like water from a ruptured fire hydrant. As a guest, I can sense his excitement and it is infectious. I’ll leave the tour feeling like I just hung out with a long time friend and I can’t wait to go back. If all tour guides are GREAT like Mama Gia, I’d gladly take more tours!”

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