Hello, my name is Tirana shown at the Archaeological Museum of Varna

The Embassy of Albania and the Embassy of Georgia in cooperation with the Department of Recent History at the Regional Museum of Varna organized the joint exhibition named “Hello, my name is Tirana” and “Hello, my name is Tbilisi” at the Archaeological Museum of Varna. The joint exhibition depicts the capitals of Albania and Georgia, Tirana and Tbilisi and their transformation through years.
“Hello, my name is Tirana” presents the chronological retrospective of the development of the Albanian capital, which was founded in 1614. Archaelogical findings show that the city`s territory has been continuously inhabited since the Iron Age. The 40 pictures show the Castle of Tirana, The Clock Tower, the Scanderbeg square as well as other iconic places in the city, 100 years after the city became the main political and economic center of Albania.
“Hello, my name is Tbilisi” is shown for the first time and includes contemporary images of the Georgian capital. Tbilisi was founded in the middle of the 5th century and has more than 16 century history. In Tbilisi, contemporary and the past coexist in a unique harmony as well as a variety of architectural styles.
The joint exhibition will remain open until the end of March, so do not miss our beautiful capitals.

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