Mziuri Park in Tbilisi to be renovated soon
10 August, 2018
It was the dream of prominent Georgian writer Nodar Dumbadze that when the original Mziuri park was constructed and opened in 1892 that it should be a park for children, and a place where people could relax in Tbilisi.

Mziuri Park was destroyed on the 13th of June, 2015 when a flood swept through the Vere valley. 19 people died at the time, and the lower part of the park suffered a lot of damage.

Tbilisi City Hall subsequently announced there
would be a tender to find a company that would renovate Mziuri Park.

The Cooperative Mziuri were the successful bidders and won the tender.

They will renovate the park at a cost of 7 799 505 GELS. Five other companies participated in the tender.

The project envisages the planting of new trees and the park having some new facilities.

Mziuri park is a popular tourist destination right in the heart of Tbilisi.

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