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The building’s central façade features a statue of an eagle as the museum’s symbol created after three 2nd-1st centuries BC miniature eagle sculptures discovered during archeological excavations in Vani caves, Western Georgia.

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The museum is designed to promote contemporary Georgian fine arts, further to inspire artists and to enable arts experts to carry out studies. The space has already emerged as a cultural and educational hub for the youth.

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1865-1867

Hotel D’Orient

The American journalist Julian Ralph wrote in 1898: "In the cities of Russia, the hotels are inadequate and can not be avoided where all the layers of the population are disorganized and disciplined or unequal. The only really excellent hotel I saw during my trip was Hotel "Orianti" in Tbilisi. It was kept by a Swiss man and his wife who knew that Russians and Armenians should be avoided when choosing the service - all of them Georgians. 

It was kept by a Swiss man and his wife who knew that Russians and Armenians should be avoided when choosing the service - all of them Georgians. " Davit Khoshtaria says that speaking about Georgians, without exceptions, Western Georgians mean. As for hotels and restaurants there is a cultural life, author of the book "Tbilisi. Old hotels "says, you can not find it anymore.

1991

Independence

After Georgia's declaration of independence on 9 April 1991, the government set on 26 May 1991 Georgia's first presidential election, which was won by Zviad Gamsakhurdia. Georgia met 26 May of the next year with the new government led by Eduard Shevardnadze; Gamsakhurdia had been ousted in a military coup earlier that year. 

The 26 May 1992 celebration was attended by Shevardnadze's old acquaintance James Baker. The day also witnessed one of the first major anti-Shevardnadze demonstrations in the streets of Tbilisi.

1993

The Great Fire

After Georgia's declaration of independence on 9 April 1991, the government set on 26 May 1991 Georgia's first presidential election, which was won by Zviad Gamsakhurdia. Georgia met 26 May of the next year with the new government led by Eduard Shevardnadze; Gamsakhurdia had been ousted in a military coup earlier that year. 

The 26 May 1992 celebration was attended by Shevardnadze's old acquaintance James Baker. The day also witnessed one of the first major anti-Shevardnadze demonstrations in the streets of Tbilisi.

2010

The Construction

The 26 May 1992 celebration was attended by Shevardnadze's old acquaintance James Baker. The day also witnessed one of the first major anti-Shevardnadze demonstrations in the streets of Tbilisi.

The museum is designed to promote contemporary Georgian fine arts, further to inspire artists and to enable arts experts to carry out studies. The space has already emerged as a cultural and educational hub for youth. The museum’s current collection will be replenished with new works, and temporary exhibitions will be held along with the permanent exposition.

2018

The Construction of Museum

The building’s central façade features a statue of an eagle as the museum’s symbol created after three 2nd-1st centuries BC miniature eagle sculptures discovered during archeological excavations in Vani caves, Western Georgia.

1865-1867
Hotel D’Orient
The American journalist Julian Ralph wrote in 1898: "In the cities of Russia, the hotels are inadequate and can not be avoided where all the layers of the population are disorganized and disciplined or unequal. The only really excellent hotel I saw during my trip was Hotel "Orianti" ...
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1991
Independence
After Georgia's declaration of independence on 9 April 1991, the government set on 26 May 1991 Georgia's first presidential election, which was won by Zviad Gamsakhurdia. Georgia met 26 May of the next year with the new government led by Eduard Shevardnadze; Gamsakhurdia had been ousted in a ...
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1993
The Great Fire
After Georgia's declaration of independence on 9 April 1991, the government set on 26 May 1991 Georgia's first presidential election, which was won by Zviad Gamsakhurdia. Georgia met 26 May of the next year with the new government led by Eduard Shevardnadze; Gamsakhurdia had been ousted in a ...
View more
2010
The Construction
The 26 May 1992 celebration was attended by Shevardnadze's old acquaintance James Baker. The day also witnessed one of the first major anti-Shevardnadze demonstrations in the streets of Tbilisi. The museum is designed to promote contemporary Georgian fine arts, further to inspire artists and to ...
View more
2018
The Construction of Museum
The building’s central façade features a statue of an eagle as the museum’s symbol created after three 2nd-1st centuries BC miniature eagle sculptures discovered during archeological excavations in Vani caves, Western Georgia.
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