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Due to Corona virus outbreak, borders are closed.<br>We wanted to give chance all who are interested with travelling to our beautiful country travel virtually with symbolic fee, which will save our business.<br>All our customers will received special discount on all our tours if they decided to travel to Georgia with us.<br>Time zone +4 UGT
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Behnam wrote a review Jun 2020
Iran13 contributions17 helpful votes
romantic and fascinating statue. it's really beautiful and enjoyable to watch them move toward together.
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Date of experience: August 2019
6 Helpful votes
CrunchyMonkey wrote a review Apr 2020
Taipei, Taiwan1,454 contributions359 helpful votes
Umm yeah, it's there, I saw it in the morning, nothing moving, not sure what time they opened, but I was only there for a half day. If you get to see it great, if not, well no big loss.
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Date of experience: June 2019
TAIN2013 wrote a review Mar 2020
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia2,859 contributions785 helpful votes
Located in the beautiful Miracle park, the monument is inspired by the local legend of Ali, an Azerbaijani youth who falls in love with Nino, a Georgian princess. As with all tragedies, there is no happily ever after and Ali gets killed in a war. The monument comprises two statues made of metal plates. The statues are mounted on moving pedestals and the metal plates have gaps in between. This enables the two statues to actually cross each other giving the impression that the lovers are meeting together and then separating again. The monument is beautiful and unique in its concept in that it blends art with engineering. As with all structures in the park, it is lit up beautifully at night making it a great photo spot.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Luís Sousa Cunha wrote a review Feb 2020
Tbilisi, Georgia117 contributions33 helpful votes
One of the most interesting monuments that I see... It's a mechanical system, a statue about love were Ali and Nino merge into each other! Just love it. It takes 10 min to complete the merge without touching. In he novel that inspired this amazing art Ali and Nino ended up separated by Soviet war. It's a ode to love! The author of the statue isTamar Kvesitadze.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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p4yamgh wrote a review Feb 2020
Bandar Abbas, Iran8 contributions
After a long walk and seeing pics online i prefer somthing big and somthing magnificent Concept of these sculptures was fine
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Date of experience: February 2020
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