A two week Armenia Itinerary highlighting what to see in the Caucasus in Armenia in 2 or 3 weeks, including off-the-beaten-path places.
Caucasus Blog Posts
A guide to the best things to do in Kutaisi, Georgia. What to do in Kutaisi with a self-guided walking tour map for independent travellers.
Mosaic on Gulias Street in Tbilisi, Georgia. Completed in the 1960s by artist Kukuri Tsereteli. Soviet-era artwork in the former USSR.
Sanatorium Metalurgi in Tskaltubo, Georgia. Completed in 1957. Stalinist Empire style, Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.
Wall of the Remembrance in Tbilisi, Georgia. Completed in 1981 by sculptor Georgy Shkhvatsabaya. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.
Visiting an abandoned thermal Power Plant in Tkvarcheli. This ruined power plant in Abkhazia is among our most interesting urban explorations.
The abandoned former Pioneer Palace in Chiatura, Georgia. The story behind and photos of the abandoned palace for young pioneers in Chiatura.
A former Gas Station in Hrazdan, Armenia. Completed in the 1970s but now abandoned. Modernist, Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.
Monument to Fertility in Dilijan, a small spa town in the central region of Armenia. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.
Kilikia Bus Station in Yerevan, Armenia. Completed in 1959 by architect G. Agababyan. Modernist, Soviet-era architecture in the former USSR.
Former Cafe ‘Lashkindar’ in Tkvarcheli, a mining town in the de facto state of Abkhazia (Caucasus). Soviet-era artwork in former USSR.
Open Air Theatre part of Resort Pitsunda (Seven Candles Resort) in Abkhazia. Completed in 1967. Soviet-era artwork in the former USSR.