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Opera House
“The Georgian National Opera and Ballet Theater of Tbilisi (Georgian: თბილისის ოპერისა და ბალეტის სახელმწიფო აკადემიური თეატრი), formerly known as the Tiflis Imperial Theater, is an opera house situated on Rustaveli Avenue in Tbilisi, Georgia. Founded in 1851, Tbilisi Opera is the main opera house of Georgia and one of the oldest such establishments in eastern Europe. Since 1896, the theater has resided in an exotic neo-Moorish edifice originally constructed by Victor Johann Gottlieb Schröter, a prominent architect of Baltic German origin. Although definitively Oriental in its decorations and style, the building's layout, foyers and the main hall are that of a typical European opera house. Since its foundation, the theater has been damaged by several fires and underwent major rehabilitation works under Soviet and Georgian leadership; the most recent restoration effort concluded in January 2016, having taken six years and costing approximately 40 million U.S. dollars, donated by a Georgian business foundation.[1] The opera house is one of the centers of cultural life in Tbilisi and was once home to Zacharia Paliashvili, the Georgian national composer whose name the institution has carried since 1937. The Opera and Ballet Theater also houses the State Ballet of Georgia under the leadership of internationally renowned Georgian ballerina Nina Ananiashvili. In recent years it has hosted opera stars such as Montserrat Caballé and José Carreras,[2] while also serving as a traditional venue for national celebrations and presidential inaugurations.”
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公園
“A beautiful park with fresh air and peace hidden in the city's crowd, also has a symbolic stand worth hearing.”
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公園
“Maçka park's is the most popular spot for locals. And so close to Nisantası and Besiktas. Good idea for a silent, sunny days.”
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藝廊
“This is a former Ottoman Bank now converted to SALT Galata which is one of my favorite cultural institutions in Istanbul that puts on a variety of talks, screenings and workshops, all of which are free. ”
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咖啡館
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“The Maçka Democracy Park is located in Şişli, on the Maçka Valley, and covers an area of 156,671 square meters. The first reference to a park in the valley dates from the 19th century, when the area along the stream, that runs through the valley, was used as a recreation spot.”
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公園
“A summer garden of Sultans. It has two small Palaces which were used as summer houses by the Ottoman Sultans, a small lake, cafes, restaurants and lots of trees, birds and squirells. ”
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美術館
“Pera Museum, which was opened by Suna and İnan Kıraç Culture Foundation in 2005, is defined as the first leg of a comprehensive cultural project with the characteristics of both a museum and a cultural center. Perera Museum was built in 1893 by architect Achille Manoussos in Tepebaşı and during the museum worksis located in a completely renovated historical building.The museum includes exhibition halls, training rooms, auditoriums, cafes and artshop. After visiting the exhibitions between the floors, you can breathe in Pera Cafe and shop at Retail Artshop. International exhibitions such as Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, Scenes from Tsarist Russia, Picasso have also been held since the day it was opened. 12: 00-18: 00You can visit between”
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雞尾酒酒吧
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“The ride up Mtatsminda on the recently reconstructed Funicular is spectacular, as are the views from the top – and the Funicular Complex restaurant building has a couple of great places to eat or drink. It's also usually several degrees cooler up here than in the city below, which can be very welcome in the heat of summer.”
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Route
“The tower made in 600s. Amazing feeling how beautiful it is made and still standing and greeting you.”
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警察局
“Sitting at the foot of the imposing hill capped by the Narikala Fortress and climbing the slopes is Tbilisi Old Town, a labyrinth of narrow streets where wooden balconies look down from old brick-build homes. Doorways lead to hidden courtyards an ancient vines climb to the skies using anything vertical for support. Parts have been comprehensively renovated, arguably a little too enthusiastically, so that some streets look like a Disney film set, though far more of these twisting alleys are untouched. They are ramshackle, cracked and crumbling but delightful, enchanting, picturesque and real. The style is a mix of two influences, the tight winding streets of an Asian or Arabic town interwoven with European, classical Russian and Art Nouveau architecture. The northern edge is the recently renovated Abanotubani area, famous for its Sulphur Baths and Meidani square with its many restaurants. Old Town’s main artery is Kote Abkhazi Street (formerly Leselidze) which connect Meidani with Freedom Square. In the North East corner, between Leselidze and the river, is Chardeni, a small area backed with bars restaurants, nightclubs and cafes, shoulder to shoulder along a series of pedestrian streets. To the west, Old Town melts into Sololaki area, a lovely and fascinating place to wander around, take photographs and explore Tbilisi.”
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Museum
“Inside the museum are objects which evoke stories and memories of the Istanbul of the 1970s. Some objects, such as Füsun’s dress or driver’s license or the view from her room, are taken directly from the novel. Objects are displayed in cases corresponding to chapters in the novel. On the ground floor of the museum is a large spiral, representing the Aristotelian conception of time as the line which links the series of unbreakable, atomic moments of the “present,”—the concept from which objects of the museum link the moments of the novel to the characters living out its arc.”
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現代歐式餐廳
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“this is the best place for a late breakfast and at the same time for night out. Food and drinks are perfect and service also good. I love it very much.”
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教堂
“The largest and most prominent Catholic church in Istanbul, the majestic St. Antoine on Istiklal Caddesi was built between 1906 and 1912 in the Venetian Neo-Gothic style. St Antoine offers masses throughout the week in English, Turkish, Polish and Italian, and is a nice place to pop in for a moment of silent reflection after spending the morning traversing the crowded Beyoğlu district. Before being elected as pope, Pope John XXIII preached at St. Antoine for a number of years when he served as Vatican's apostolic delegate to Turkey. He is commemorated by a statue located in the courtyard.”
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購物中心
“Mall with many brands , such as ZARA , Massimo Dutti, Celio, Time , Pandora , Pull & Bear and many others. ”
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教堂
“One of the most beautiful places in Tbilisi, the Old Saint Trinity Cathedral. Enjoy the amazing view of the city from here and grab a Lemonade in Lagidze.”
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Lake
“Turtle Lake (Kus Tba) can be described as one of the most favored places for the locals to go around in Tbilisi. Turtle Lake is located on the northern cliff of Mtatsminda Park. Don’t be confused when you hear the name Kus Tba. Turtle Lake is often called Kus Tba since the name “Ku” means Turtle in English. Why you should visit Turtle Lake If you ask any Georgian where you can enjoy fresh air and a nice walk in Tbilisi, be prepared for your next journey to Turtle Lake. It’s not too far from the city center, it takes several minutes to get to Turtle Lake. Do you have any additional hours? In about two hours you’ll enjoy your time there. Turtle Lake is a quiet and cozy family-friendly recreational area which offers various kind of activities. It’s a good place if you find yourself tired and want a rest for a while in a peace. You’ll be in love with the impressive Mountain View and air that fills you with harmony. It doesn’t matter you are alone or not, you’ll find a suitable place for your mood. You can have relaxing hours in any café or on the grass near to the lake and enjoy the views. It’s a perfect spot for going out with friends and family members. Around the lake is the route which is about 1km. Turtle Lake has become a popular tourist destination in Tbilisi lately. And of course, it’s a first and the most important reason to visit Turtle Lake. Cafes around Turtle Lake Turtle Lake is a small place to have a relaxing break from city life and some cozy cafes are around the lake. The prices are a bit expensive, but you’ll enjoy your time whether you’re alone or with friends. Coffee lovers definitely like being at these cafes since there are lovely coffee shops and bars. If you’re Digital Nomad that works and travels at the same time then pick any café and take a sit, you’ll have a good working environment in nature. However, you have to ask for the Wi-Fi password and then it’s free until you’re gone. Activities around Turtle Lake You may wonder what type of activities you can take to enjoy your time there. Are you curious where to run in Tbilisi? If you love walking and running in the evening, it’s worth to have a walk on the route which is about 1km. Second, Turtle Lake often hosts diverse festivals and concerts. Some playground is near to Turtle Lake, and you’ll be able to take participation in sports activities. And what tourists do often is hiring water cycles to go around where you can enjoy the atmosphere. What is the way to get to Turtle Lake (Kus Tba) Well, it’s your first time to visit Turtle Lake, and I’ll try to give you the best option of “How to reach Turtle Lake (Kus Tba) “. There are several ways to see Turtle Lake. Cable Car to Turtle Lake Locals Cable Car is the best option if you want to have a budget, short and interesting trip. Cable Car is located in Vake Park and goes up to Turtle Lake in just about 5 minutes. The price is around two or one Lari. Take a Taxi Locals who have the possibility to drive a car are the regular guests of Turtle Lake. But some of them take a taxi to get to the point. Taking a taxi is a good choice but it’s a more expensive way Climb up the hill to reach to Turtle Lake This way is optional if you love getting adventurous experiences and you are in a good physical shape. If you go this way and want to climb the hill, you may find yourself tired, however, you’ll get the unforgettable views of the city. When is a good time to visit Turtle Lake? It’s very hot in Tbilisi every summer and of course, this season is recommended to see Turtle Lake. You’ll enjoy your morning and evening around Turtle Lake as there are many activities in summer. You’ll find your consistent spot to escape from the hot of the city. Summer is the season when everything is bloomed and green. But what about the other seasons? If you go to see Lake Turtle in autumn, be sure that you’ll be fascinated by the landscapes and views around Kus Tba. Everything is yellow and the route is covered with leaves. It will be beautiful to see, won’t it? Anyways, winter and spring aren’t popular seasons for visiting Turtle Lake. In winter the lake is iced and several cafes closed. Though, you can have a walk and hot tea around the lake. In the spring, Turtle Lake is also a visited place. Sometimes, spring is windy and it’s hard to feel comfortable in the cold. In the last months of spring, when everything seems warm and nature starts to bloom, why not? Spring is suggested to be a nice season for having the picnic around Turtle Lake. What else? - There’s One little thing you should know. On your way to Turtle Lake, you can visit the Tbilisi Open Air Museum of Ethnography. It’s situated on the hill that overlooks Vake Park. Tbilisi Open Air Museum of Ethnography collects different examples of folk architecture and craftworks from various parts of Georgia. Now, it’s your turn to tell me what the best season for visiting Turtle Lake is and what kind of activities you enjoy? Please, share your experiences. Always happy to hear from you. ”
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