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Old Tbilisi

£11.99

Product description

Tbilisi is the capital of the Georgian SSR and is one of the old towns in the Soviet Union. Over its history of more than 1500 years it has suffered numerous invasions as well as prolonged periods of peace. The city's rapid growth in recent past has destroyed much of the old city. Our knowledge of old Tbilisi was chronicled by master photographers such as Alexander Roinashvili, Dmitry Ermankov-Kambiaggo and Boris Zanis. They and others left plates, the earliest of which dates back to the 1850s, which capture the streets and houses that no longer exist. This collection has been brought together by the G Chubinashvili Institute of the History of Georgian Art. The text is in a number of languages, one of which is English. The book is in very good condition, the pages are clean but lacks a dust jacket. This is a heavy book which will sent by courier. There are 255 photographs.

Item details

Author(s):
Tamaz Gersamia
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
26.5cmX35cmX2.5cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
257

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About this item

Tbilisi is the capital of the Georgian SSR and is one of the old towns in the Soviet Union. Over its history of more than 1500 years it has suffered numerous invasions as well as prolonged periods of peace. The city's rapid growth in recent past has destroyed much of the old city. Our knowledge of old Tbilisi was chronicled by master photographers such as Alexander Roinashvili, Dmitry Ermankov-Kambiaggo and Boris Zanis. They and others left plates, the earliest of which dates back to the 1850s, which capture the streets and houses that no longer exist. This collection has been brought together by the G Chubinashvili Institute of the History of Georgian Art. The text is in a number of languages, one of which is English. The book is in very good condition, the pages are clean but lacks a dust jacket. This is a heavy book which will sent by courier. There are 255 photographs.

Author(s):
Tamaz Gersamia
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
26.5cmX35cmX2.5cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
257

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