About Achievements – Davit Agmashenebeli Avenue in Tbilisi

Davit Agmashenebeli Avenue (Georgian: დავით აღმაშენებლის გამზირი) is named after David IV of Georgia and is located in an historic district of Tbilisi close to the left embankment of the Mtkvari River. Much of the area was built by the German contractor Friederich Vezel in the 1880s. It is one of the most popular shopping streets in Tbilisi and recently underwent extensive restoration.

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Wonderful architecture – beautifully restored!

Photos courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall.

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