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This part of Tbilisi is very interesting: in few meters there is a Mosque, a Synagogue and an Armenian church a clear indication of the possibility for different religions to cohabitate! The mosque in itself is not great, to be frank, but sits wonderfully in...More
When you search it on internet , you may find a picture which doesn't belong to the mosque but a sulfur bath near the mosque.
We went to the Jumah Mosque on Friday and met many Muslims saying prayer.
It is located in old part...More
This is a rather small mosque (comparing to those in the Islamic countries) with simple tilework and architecture; but when you go to visit the baths, or the old town, it's worth to stop by and visit it too.
in the old city near midane square ; the only mosque that still in Tbilisi from history period 200 years ago ; the good occation for us was - widding of a azerbijan moslim couple in the mosque
( they got married in the mosque...More
The only mosque in Tbilisi and it's hidden somewhere in the old town. It was quite a climb to reach to the mosque from Sulfur Bath area. We confused the mosque with a Sulfur bath at first but later came to know the exact location....More
The last remaining mosque in Tbilisi, situated in heart of the old town. Many tourists get confused with the bathhouse exterior being the entrance for the mosque, when the mosque is situated behind the complex. The mosque is fairly small but well decorated and kept...More