Tskaltubo Spa Resort

Location: Tskaltubo, Georgia

Completed: 1950s

Architect: Not known

Former name: Military Sanatorium of the USSR

Genre: Stalinist Empire style, Soviet architecture, former USSR

Tskaltubo Spa Resort is one of just a few operational spas and bathhouses in Tskaltubo. Most health-related buildings in Tskaltubo either became totally abandoned or quasi-abandoned and home to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from the Georgia-Abkhazia conflict of 1992/93 after the collapse of the town’s spa industry which, in turn, was a consequence of the fall of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s. More information about Tskaltubo Spa Resort.

Tskaltubo Spa Resort (former Military Sanatorium of the USSR) in Tskaltubo, Georgia | Stalinist Empire style | Soviet architecture | former USSR

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