Georgian National Museum

The Georgian National Museum is the largest museum complex in Georgia, located in the capital city of Tbilisi. The museum houses a vast collection of Georgian cultural and historical artifacts dating back to ancient times. Among the most significant exhibits are the gold mask of the ancient Colchian king, a 4th-century BC bronze statue of a horse rider, and the 12th-century Georgian manuscript, The Knight in the Panther's Skin.

The museum was founded in the early 19th century and underwent several reorganizations before being merged into the Georgian National Museum in 2004. It comprises several branches, including the Museum of Georgia, the Georgian National Museum of Fine Arts, and the Open Air Museum of Ethnography.

The museum is located in the central part of Tbilisi, near Rustaveli Avenue. It is open to visitors every day except Monday and official holidays. Visitors can take a guided tour or explore the exhibitions on their own. The museum also hosts various temporary exhibitions and events, making it a must-see destination for history and culture enthusiasts.

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