About History – Photographs of 1970’s Georgia

This selection of photos were taken by Erhard K in 1977 for a photo travel report. Photographed in color, they provide a fascinating glimpse of everyday life in Soviet-era Georgia, as well panoramic shots of Tbilisi landmarks and photos of cars, trucks and buses.

1970’s Georgia. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K.

1970’s Georgia. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K.

Cars on a Georgian highway in the 1970’s. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

Cars on a Georgian highway in the 1970’s. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

A Georgian fruit and vegetable market in the 1970’s. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

A Georgian fruit and vegetable market in the 1970’s. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

A Georgian market in the 1970’s. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

A Georgian market in the 1970’s. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

The Parliament building in Tbilisi. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

The Parliament building in Tbilisi. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

Cars and buses in Tbilisi.  Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

Cars and buses in Tbilisi. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

The statue of King Vakhtang Gorgasali in Tbilisi. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

The statue of King Vakhtang Gorgasali in Tbilisi. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

The Metekhi Bridge in Tbilisi. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

The Metekhi Bridge in Tbilisi. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

Narikala Castle and the Old Town in Tbilisi. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

Narikala Castle and the Old Town in Tbilisi. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

Kartlis Deda statue on the top of Sololaki hill in Tbilisi. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

Kartlis Deda statue on the top of Sololaki hill in Tbilisi. Photo taken in 1977 by Erhard K

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  1. editastu says:

    Not that much seems to have changed

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