Baia's experience in Tbilisi
The auditorium of Georgian national museum
Located in the Georgian History Museum, the museum represents the Soviet rule of 70 years in Georgia, from 1921 till the collapse in 1991. You can see the personal files of “rebellious” Georgian public figures, plans to execute or exile them, along with other artifacts portraying Soviet-era social and political oppression in the country. In addition, the hall includes one of the train carriages in which the members of the national revolution of 1924 were executed.
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