Teflis, the capital of Georgia -1855

This is from “An Illustrated Description of the Russian Empire”, which is a very jolly proto-guidebook from 1855 which notes that Georgia is known for its excellent melons and pomegranates, and also that Tiflis is full of churches and sulphureous springs, which goes to show that some things don’t change.

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