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Museum of Soviet Occupation in Tbilisi

The Museum of Soviet occupation is the part of the National Museum of Georgia. It was formed in 2006 from the archives of the Georgian security service. The museum features...
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Georgian State Museum of Folk and Applied Art

Georgian State Museum of Folk and Applied Art stores a huge collection of exhibits collected from all over the Caucasus. The exposition of the XIX-XX centuries includes...
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Ilya Chavchavadze Literary-Memorial Museum

The Literary Memorial Museum named after Ilya Chavchavadze was opened in 1987, on the 150th anniversary of the well-known publicist and public figure. The museum is located in...
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The Museum of State Academic Theatre after Shota Rustaveli

The Museum of State Academic Theatre after Shota Rustaveli stores all documents and materials related to the history and development of the academic theater. The museum was...
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Art Gallery Vanda

Vanda Art Gallery was one of the first private galleries in Georgia opened in 1994, in the center of Tbilisi. It was founded by the art critic and artist Vanda Murgiri with...
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Museum of Georgian emigration in Tbilisi

The museum of Georgian emigration is located in the building of Tbilisi State University named after Ivan Javakhishvili. The museum stores information about outstanding...
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Joseph Stalin Museum

The name of the great Soviet leader, Joseph Stalin, is connected with Georgia, with the city of Gori. A state museum was opened in the native town of Joseph Stalin, near the...
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Museum of History and Ethnography of Georgian Jews named after David Baazov

In 2014, Georgia celebrated the 2600th anniversary of the Georgian-Jewish friendship. Georgia is one of the few countries with no anti-Semitic sentiments. The Jewish community...
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Money Museum

The Money Museum was opened in 2001 in Kvareli, in honor of the 10th anniversary of the country’s independence with the support of the National Bank. The museum was...
House Museum after Ucha Japaridze

House Museum after Ucha Japaridze

The museum was opened in the house of the national artist of Georgia Ucha Japaridze, who is considered an honorary citizen of Tbilisi and a laureate of the Shota Rustaveli...
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Tbilisi State Silk Museum

Tbilisi State Silk Museum is a unique storage of over 5000 species of cocoons, butterflies, and silkworms. Tbilisi State Silk Museum was founded in 1887 by silk researcher...
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Ethnographic Museum in Tbilisi

The Ethnographic Museum in Tbilisi is located under the open sky. The museum is one of the most interesting sights of the city, which will acquaint you with the culture and...
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Baia Gallery – one of the oldest galleries in Tbilisi

Baia Gallery is considered one of the very first and to date one of the most popular private galleries in Tbilisi. The gallery was opened in 1992 by the famous art critic B....
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National Gallery of Georgia (“The Blue Gallery”) after Shevardnadze

The National Gallery of Georgia was opened in 1917 thanks to the contribution and diligence of the artist Dmitry Shevardnadze. The National Gallery or the Blue Gallery is...