Just some of the car stickers, that I’ve stumbled upon in Tbilisi.
When Mr.Saakashvili was the president of Georgia, many unusual buildings were built all over the country, which, frankly, do not fit into the surrounding architecture.
One such construction is the Bridge of Peace in old Tbilisi. Well, locals named it “a pad”, due to its resemblance to the sanitary pads.
Photo by Badri Vadachkoria.
In response to the actions of the opposition, which again was going to block the entrance to the parliament, Tbilisi authorities blocked all streets and approaches to the building with such barriers. The political crisis in the country continues.
Photo by Tamar Kuratishvili.
In the 1920s, Tskaltubo was a thriving spa town with an exclusively Soviet clientele. Citizens would flock here as part of a state-funded health program on sanctioned vacations meant to reenergize them while they contemplated socialist ideals. If the workers were healthy, as the theory went, the workforce would be healthy and thus more productive to support the regime. – CNN
Recently, Ivanishvili announced that he was going to buy this resort in order to renovate it.
Before Ivanishvili, Saakashvili announced this.
The team #darchi26 could not remain indifferent to the latest events occurring between the two countries.
Therefore, they filmed a short video that tells and shows the attitude of ordinary people to each other.
When special forces fire, and you already packed a suitcase; just in case.
More info about the protests.
The old man on the photo is a Georgian archaeologist, scholar and politician Iulon Gagoshidze.