Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, has seen a lot of changes in the last couple of years. Old buildings go through the stage of reconstruction, the city is clean and nice. In case of a better service the place would resemble a European city.
Many buildings in the old streets in the center of the city have gone through the stage of reconstruction.
Regular houses typical of the Soviet epoch are located in the suburbs.
The television tower situated in a park was built in 1972 and is 179,2 meters high above the sea level.
By the way, the lights were on only once: when there was a war conflict with Russia.
The railway station is a complex embracing an entertainment and trade centers. Now the station is reconstructed so that it could lead to the airport.
The Dinamo Stadium was built in 1976. It could first hold 35 000 spectators and was increased later on after the local football team had won the match. That was the third biggest stadium in the USSR with 78 000 places.