Tbilisi



Tbilisi

Archaeological material shows us that the first settlements on the city’s territory appeared in the eneolithic age, in the III–IV millennium. In the second half of the fifth century, by the order of the king of Kartli Vakhtang Gorgasali, the following construction of Tbilisi began with the purpose of making it the seat of the throne. The work commenced by Vakhtang Gorgasali was finished by his heir, Dachi. History has preserved for us an extraordinary story about the foundation of Tbilisi. Once upon a time Tbilisi and its surroundings were covered by forests, and Vakhtang Gorgasali was hunting there. The king and the members of his company made their pheasant fly, and the falcon chased the pheasant until soon both the birds disappeared from sight. After a long search the king and his company saw that both birds had fallen into a hot sulphur spring. There were many such medical springs in that territory. The king Vakhtang liked this area and decided to build a city in the area. He named it Tbilisi because of those hot springs.

Tbilisi entered 21st century with changes and with a new image, that is even nowadays being actively changed though at the same time it keeps the details characteristic for Tbilisi only. The past and present are closely linked with each other here. Lots of modern buildings are being constructed that make 1500 years old city more distinguished and interesting.
Tbilisi is a living city that is growing and developing and is becoming more and more beautiful. The oversea investments are frequenetly attracted and invested in the construction of hotels, shopping malls nad residential buildings and the whole city is going to be redeveloped very soon. Life is becoming more and more interesting and easy as many work places are being created by means of the investments invested by the oversea developers.



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