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December 21, 2015

Tbilisi city

Happy Monday beauties, hope you had wonderful weekend. Mine was quite nice_ spending some time with my mom, brother and friends who I haven't seen for four years is so amazing. So, today I decided to show you guys a few pictures of the city where i was born and raised and lived until I got married and moved to the United States.
Rustaveli Avenue
 I'm talking about the capital of a small Eastern European country Georgia __ Tbilisi, lying on the banks of the Mtkvari River with a population of 1.5 million inhabitants. 
 According to Georgian legends, Tbilisi was founded in the 5th century by King Vakhtang Gorgasali, who, while hunting, shot a pheasant, which fell into a warm spring and was boiled. The King got inspired to found a city on the site, and call it Tbilisi (the Georgian word Tbili means "warm").

The city has been destroyed and rebuilt close to 30 times since then but the layout of the Old Town is largely intact with narrow allays and big crooked houses built around courtyards.
The bridge over the Mkvari River
The historical part of Tbilisi
 I love spending time in the oldest, historical part of Tbilisi where there are a lot of cafes, clubs and lounges along the narrow streets. It’s especially beautiful in summer, when you can sit outside to have lunch or just a cup of coffee. Every time I go there, watching these old houses with cute balconies, built in centuries ago, I forget that it’s 21st century outside.

Wish you a happy day everyone.



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41 comments

  1. Omg this place looks so romantic and beautiful great pictures doll.

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  2. Wow! This place looks amazing <3 Thanks for sharing these stunning photos!
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  3. It must have been so much fun returning to the place you were born and grew up in! :) Have a lovely week.

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice
    x

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  4. What a beautiful place to grow up at, Nina and I could just wander around for hours admiring the beauty. xx

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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  5. I haven't heard of this city before, but sure looks like a nice holiday destination. Thanks for sharing this beauty with us, Nina. :)

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  6. ive not heard of this place before but how beautiful does it look! A hidden gem ;)Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

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  7. Your photos look amazing. I heard Georgia is beautiful. I hope I can go there one day.

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  8. It looks so beautiful there during the holidays
    Happy Holidays
    xo
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  9. Amazing, 30 times rebuilt, and amazingly beautiful! It makes me wish to visit it, it really looks so beautiful! I love traditional architecture! I will try to visit it in the future, loved the meaning of the word as well, and so nice to be with family again! Merry Christmas to you and your family!
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  10. That's a really lovely place, isn't it? Like wow, it looks magical.
    Happy Christmas! :)

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  11. This place is beautiful thank you for sharing.

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  12. you came from a beautiful place my dear. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! :)

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  13. Hello,

    Beautiful pics ! :D

    Sarah, http://www.sarahmodeee.com/

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  14. Beautiful pictures! I would like to visit Tblisi
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  15. What a beautiful city, I actually heard so much about it that maybe I have a chance to visit it someday!

    Tanya
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  16. Amazing pictures of beautiful city :-) Merry Xmass dear!

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  17. This looks like an amazing place, and I love your pictures :)

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  18. It looks like such a beautiful city! :)

    Hope you had a merry Christmas!

    Away From The Blue Blog

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  19. I've never been in Tbilisi but it seems really a beautiful city! The downtown area is very beautiful! I hope you had a very happy Christmas. Kisses from Italy and thank you for your visit,
    Eni

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  20. It honestly doesn't get any more amazing than this. Happy Holidays darling.
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  21. Great shots!! The city is so beautiful!

    Adi xx
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  22. Great pics!
    xoxo Lynda
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  23. Happy New year, cheers to a better and brighter 2016, to us to our blogs, for world peace,cheers.
    xoxo Bing.

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  24. The place looks stunning! very lovely indeed. Happy New Year <3

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  25. Very-very nice pictures!

    Have a nice week end!
    Photographer Gil Zetbase
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  26. Oh gosh this place looks amazing and so romantic! Would love to go one day, thanks for sharing lovely! x


    Love,
    Whit

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  27. Tbilisi has adorable historical architecture. Perfect to enjoy the coffee outside, Nina! Hope you had wonderful holidays! Happy 2016 and all the best.

    Ira / JOURNAL OF STYLE / BLOGLOVIN

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  28. That's a lovely place to spend with loved ones.

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  29. The place looks so lovely, I'd love the see those street in person, great pictures <3

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  30. Looks like a beautiful place! I would love to visit it some time :)

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