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Sulfur baths

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Tata
Tata
October 07, 2019
The ancient Abanotubani District sits below the imposing fortress; the brick, domed rooftops of the baths bubbling up like the water itself. The district is the most historic part of the city, as according to legend, it was the sulphur springs that enticed King Vakhtang Georgasali to settle the land…
Maria
Maria
September 12, 2019
Ancient Surphur Termal Baths. The history of Tbilisi started here. Baths are 900 meters from our studio
Tea & Gio
Tea & Gio
September 10, 2019
This place is at least "must see" - as it is connected with the history of Tbilisi, well at least it's in the legend about how Tbilisi was founded. Important thing - persons who have health problems like high blood pressure and similar diseases should be careful when visiting baths.
Nata
Nata
August 28, 2019
Discover a legend of how Tbilisi was founded by visiting the Abano (Sulfur Baths) area and read the story of King Vakhtang Gorgasali, whose hunting bird fell down to the hot springs during the King's hunting trip.
Jalabadze
Jalabadze
July 16, 2019
Many years ago, the King of Georgia discovered the sulphur springs in Central Georgia and decided to build a city surrounding them. And so, Tbilisi (warm place) was born. These days the sulphur springs are somewhat of a tourist attraction and many people visit daily for a soak, scrub and traditional…

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“Very old Botanical Garden, was Georgian king dynasty dendrarium garden. Amazing place, behind the Narikala fortress, perfect for walking with kids, do joggling, make some photos or event”
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“Also called the Mother Fortress of Tbilisi, Narikala is an ancient symbol of Tbilisi’s defence. The fortress was established in the 4th century, around the period when the city itself was founded. It was then known as Shuris-tsikhe (Invidious Fort). The name Narikala is said to derive from a Persian word for citadel, but another theory says was the name that Mongols used, meaning “little fortress”. It was expanded considerably by the Arabs during the 7th and 8th centuries. The Arabs built the Emir’s palace within its walls. King David further extended the Builder the fortress in th 11th century. Most of the existing fortifications date from the 16th and 17th centuries. In 1827 it was damaged by an earthquake and was not resorted. St. Nikolos church, inside the fortress walls, dates from the 12th century. It was renovated in 1996. Narikala offers you some of the best panoramas of the city. We’d also advise you to take a walk along the Narikala Tourist route, a 1500 metre trail that runs from the top of the ridge near the Mother Georgia statue, around the fortress and down into Old Town to near the entrance to the Botanical Gardens. It offers stunning views at every turn and is a particular delight at night when the city lights shine below.”
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