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i saw this church on Sunday, it was a Big church and so Crowded.
Priest started to Pray and that was a Amazing Silence in the church,,, Totally that was a Great experience for me to see other Religions Ceremony...Also that Entry was FREE of...More
I am starting this review with guilt on my mind. The guilt of not knowing enough about the culture. That is the only reason I could just write about the beautiful architecture of this place. This Cathedral is the heart of Tbilisi and the moment...More
Situated on the other side of the river from the old town and behind the Parliament building, this cathedral seems to be the largest in Tbilisi. There has been extensive restoration work carried out but it still looks quite impressive and is an essential part...More
The new cathedral in classic Orthodox style is cavernous and somewhat confronting to one used to non-orthodox buildings. The absence of seating must make services something of an ordeal for the less firm. The plethora of icons distinguishes the Orthodox from the other churches, and...More
Probably the biggest cathedral in Tbilisi, looking like a castle on top of a hill. Pretty magnificent and the grounds are equally nice and one can’t miss it even in the night as it gets lighted up at 7..
The Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi,
known as the Samba,
which means the Trinity, is the main cathedral of the Orthodox Church and seat of the Georgian Patriarch, located in Tbilisi, capital of Georgia. The cathedral was built 2004 and is the largest religious structure in...More
Saint Trinity cathedral is the biggest in Tbilisi. Both the interior and exterior are very beautiful and majestic. It's location is also ideal for taking some photos of the city as it offers great views.
This cathedral is very noticeable in the heart of Tbilisi as it is sitting at a top of a hill. Getting here is so easy, you will just need to take a metro and from the center is just 2 stops cost only 0.5 Gel...More
Georgian people celebrate the Christmas and New Year in the month of January and not in December so there is a possibility that the Easter celebrations might be delayed as well. Not sure though. Better to confirm with the... More
Georgian people celebrate the Christmas and New Year in the month of January and not in December so there is a possibility that the Easter celebrations might be delayed as well. Not sure though. Better to confirm with the Cathedral authorities or website.