Mywanderlust about the Chronicle of Georgia or Tbilisi’s “Stonehenge”
27 February, 2019
Mywanderlust about the Chronicle of Georgia or Tbilisi’s “Stonehenge”
The Chronicle of Georgia is a “Stonehenge-like” monument located on a hill near Tbilisi Reservoir. The Monument is also known as a Historical Memorial of Georgia. It was created by the Georgian-Russian painter, sculptor, and architect Zurab Tsereteli. The memorial was erected in order to celebrate 3000 years of Georgian sovereignty and 2000 years of Christianity in Georgia.
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The 16 massive pillars on the hill reflect the history of Georgia and its rulers as well as the religious scenes. The hill
overviews Tbilisi reservoir and some residential areas. Tbilisi's "Stonehenge" can easily be seen from almost every spot of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. Apart from observing the pillars, one can also find the small church dedicated to St. Nino (she preached Christianity in the country) on the hill. 
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Mywanderlust, a famous travel blog has dedicated many pages to Georgia, its nature and sights. The blog introduces the reader to the history of the memorial as well as recommends how to reach the place.
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“Take the metro to Ghrmaghele station and once you go out to take the bus no 60 to the bus stop at the bottom of the Chronicle of Georgia, some 500 meters away from the monument itself (it is clearly seen from the street). The bus departs from the same side of the road as you exit the metro station.”
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