Georgia: Sulfur Baths and Legvtakhevi

Couple of days ago,  my friend  and I took a walk around old Tbilisi,  we visited Legvtakhevi – one of the oldest districts of Tbilisi, mostly famous for its sulfur baths. Name of the district comes from fig trees as there were many fig trees in this district. In 2012, Legvtakhevi was reconstructed, though I am not quite satisfied with such reconstructions. Many tourists visit the old part of the city everyday and one can enjoy sulfur baths as well.

Sulfur Baths
Sulfur Baths

 

legvtakhevi
Sulfur District - Legvtakhevi

 

waterfall
Waterfall

 

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. LaVagabonde says:

    Fantastic photos. Georgia is on my short list of countries to visit.

    1. litterator says:

      Thank you! Hope you will soon tick the box in your shortlist. ❤ 🙂

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