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- The modern building is located on the bank of the river close to the bridge of Peace. The roof is made up of curved shapes and resembles mushrooms.
The building houses several government agencies and was meant to be a one-stop shop for all government services. Its unusual shape makes it a must see.Written March 14, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We kept wondering why this place seemed really quiet, and our local guide indicated to us that this is where the President used to be at. They are now apparently considering turning it into a fancy hotel.Written July 27, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The parliament of Georgia is located in the city center of Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia. The best way to get there depending on where you are is to get to the closest subway station and come out on Liberty Square. Tip for the first time travelers: Every subway station in Tbilisi has a service cabin where you can get a card to travel by subway.Written June 18, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a government building where all the government services are brought under one roof. As a tourist, the only thing of interest is its unique architecture where the building is covered in curved shapes resembling a field of mushrooms. As a tourist, you can view the building from the bus or from the nearby bridges, take a few photos and move on to more interesting things in the Old Town close by.Written March 22, 2020
- I like how it fits the Rike park and pity it's abandoned and they never continued improving it along with the park. Nothing special but not horrible.Written June 9, 2022
- Like many of the places of worship throughout Georgia, this is a functioning one. Gorgeous works of art, sand filled trays with candles and serious reverence practised. Beautiful.Written September 8, 2018
- An architectural anomaly. Interesting building with fascinating structure missing any uniform pattern. Seeing is believing. Worth a stop and a shot from a wide angle lens.
Originally built as the Department of Land Transportation during the Soviet era and now owned by the Bank of Georgia.
Unique for sure.Written July 30, 2021
- We used Tbilisi Railway Station on various occasions and had mixed feelings about our experiences using it. The station was originally built in 1872 but has seen transformations and modernisation since then and currently incorporates a shopping mall. We thought the station was quite impressive when we arrived into it from Kutaisi. It wasn't quite so impressive when we were heading to the airport and we were told to go to platform 1 and that was also backed up by a member of staff, however it left from platform 2 and we saw it disappearing into the distance, luckily we had plenty of time and caught the bus instead. Other journeys were fine with no further issues but we were always wary of information we were given from staff members and from the departure board, overall we had mixed feelings.Written January 26, 2020
- In the center of old Tbilisi you can discover this amazing street.There are many Georgian shops where you can buy memorable giftsWritten November 22, 2022