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Reviewed 26 November 2017

On the top of a hill just outside Tbilisi, stands this big monument. It is worth going up all the stairs to see the monument, and also the views of the city from up there

Thank Michael R
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Reviewed 29 October 2017

I only had heard briefly about this monument, as if it were not something amazing. This monument is absolutely stunning! The size of it alone is unbelievable, and the detail and craftsmanship is unbelievable. I have no idea why this is not highlighted more! Must see if you are visiting Tbilisi!

Thank Billy N
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Reviewed 26 October 2017 via mobile

I stayed in Georgia for 10days.. and i really planned to go in Chronicles of Georgia on my special day.. and its all worth it.. though the driver that i hired wasnt that sure of the place (because of language barrier) i mean he cant speak much of english and ofcourse i cant speak Georgian.. anyway when i let him see the picture of it he knew already.. after having too much turns on the road.. but he is too nice to agreed to wait for me for 30mins.. and just asked a total of 20lari with return to the metro..

Regarding the Chronicles of Georgia its a place that must really be in you Bucketlist when you visit Georgia (although if you check my reviews all places ive been too are all must see) anyway... im just lucky enough that when i arrived in this place i was solo.. as in... except for the guard who was there in his post. But more or less i enjoyed it.. i dont know anymore where to place my tripod to have a beautiful picture/remembrance of this place. Better go there early in the morning so that you can have a less crowded or if your lucky enough like me you can have the place all by yourself.. theres no entrance fee.. and every step from the parking lot was all worth it... this place made my Georgian experienced one of a kind.

To go there ride a metro station.. then drop off to Ghrmaghele station only 50tetri per ride.. from there just haggle with taxi drivers to take you to chronicles and wait for you just to have pictures and drop you off again to metrostation.

Enjoy and have fun...

By the way.. on the way to metro going back theres a bakery wherein you can have a local georgian bread for only 70tetri or 0.70lari .. so enjoy :)

1  Thank aletjoy
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Reviewed 29 September 2017

A must watch @ tbilisi. Takes you through the history of Georgia. The view of Tbilisi sea from above is just breathtaking. It was all snow while we visited during 2 week of Feb. The stone statues in white background is a visual treat.

Thank Kcmenon
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Reviewed 28 August 2017

This should be so much higher on the list! Sure, it's a bit off the beaten track, but it's magnificent. I really enjoyed the huge sculptures and wish I knew more about the story behind them. But as it is, the site is just amazing and also offers a great view on the city.
Also, it was easy to find. Go to the Grmagele metro station and stand near Lukoil until a 60 or N60 shows up. Pay 50 tetri or use the Metro card and also announce where you want to go. For us, the driver stopped right near the monuments.
Then prepare for quite a few stairs (though it's nowhere near as bad as folks make it seem around here) and then enjoy the site. You can buy a soda or water there. No entrance fee required.

1  Thank Ana-Maria B
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