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Tbilisoba festival celebrated in Georgian capital

Last weekend, the Georgian capital celebrated one of the country’s most colorful and spectacular festivals – Tbilisoba, or City Day. The celebrations took place on Meidan Square where civilizations have rubbed shoulders peacefully for centuries. Just off the square, visitors can find a mosque, an Armenian church, a synagogue, and a Georgian temple.
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Last weekend, the Georgian capital celebrated one of the country’s most colorful and spectacular festivals – Tbilisoba, or City Day. The celebrations took place on Meidan Square where civilizations have rubbed shoulders peacefully for centuries. Just off the square, visitors can find a mosque, an Armenian church, a synagogue, and a Georgian temple.


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17:47 10/10/2011 Last weekend, the Georgian capital celebrated one of the country’s most colorful and spectacular festivals – Tbilisoba, or City Day. The celebrations took place on Meidan Square where civilizations have rubbed shoulders peacefully for centuries. Just off the square, visitors can find a mosque, an Armenian church, a synagogue, and a Georgian temple.>>

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