Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia and one of the largest cities in the Caucasus. The city is located on the bank of the river Kura. The population is around 1,181,700 people. Tbilisi is famous not only for its picturesque places but also for its ancient historical and cultural monuments.
Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, or the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi is the cathedral of the Georgian Orthodox Church located in Tbilisi, on the hill of St. Elijah. Construction of the cathedral began in 1995 and lasted until 2002.
St. Gevorg Church was built in 1251 by Armenian millionaire Karintsi Umek. The church is located in the southwestern part of the Square named after Vakhtang Gorgasali. In the front of the church is the tomb of the great Armenian poet Sayat Nova.
The Bridge of the Peace is a pedestrian bridge in Tbilisi, on the Kura River, between Baratashvili and Metekhi bridges. The bridge connects the street Hercules II and Park Rica. The bridge consists of a 156-meter high steel frame with glass cover. Michele De Luca is the Italian architect of the bridge.