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Imagine owning mid 19th century built historical house which is now selling for unbelievable price . Famous researcher Vakhtang Beridze specifically wrote about this house in one of his books ( see attached ) .
The mid-19th century was a period of significant growth and change in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. As the city expanded, various historical buildings were constructed in the old town, reflecting the architectural styles of that era. Some notable examples of mid-19th century historical buildings in Old Tbilisi include:
Anchiskhati Basilica: This is the oldest surviving church in Tbilisi, dating back to the 6th century. However, it underwent significant restorations and renovations during the 19th century, which added new architectural elements to the structure.
The House of Melik-Azaryants: Constructed in 1850, this building is a prime example of the city’s architectural heritage. Located on Kote Abkhazi Street, it features a beautiful blend of Georgian, Russian, and Armenian architectural styles.
The Vorontsov Palace: Built in the mid-19th century, the palace was the residence of the Russian Viceroy in the Caucasus. It is an impressive example of Neoclassical architecture and features a large garden, which is now a public park.
Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre: This iconic building, opened in 1851, is a masterpiece of European architecture designed by Italian architect Antonio Scudieri. It was later rebuilt in 1896 after a devastating fire, but it still maintains its original 19th-century design.