Ethnography Museum

The Open Air Museum of Ethnography is a must-visit destination for those interested in Georgian culture and history. Located in Tbilisi, it is a unique museum that showcases the traditional way of life of Georgian people. The museum spans across 52 hectares and features more than 70 buildings, including houses, barns, churches, and other structures from various regions of Georgia.

Visitors can explore the different architectural styles, artifacts, and household items that were used in the past, giving them an insight into the daily life of Georgians. There are also exhibits showcasing traditional Georgian crafts, such as carpet making, woodcarving, and blacksmithing.

The museum was founded in 1966 and was originally located in the outskirts of Tbilisi. In 1988, it was moved to its current location on the hill of Turtle Lake, where it offers breathtaking views of the city.

The Open Air Museum of Ethnography is easily accessible by public transportation or by car. It is open year-round, and visitors can enjoy guided tours or explore on their own. Don't miss the opportunity to immerse yourself in Georgian culture and history at this fascinating museum.

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