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See the previous article on this link. Managers of the Tbilisi Opera Theatre were well-versed in advertising business. They enlisted the services of a certain Abela, whose surname did not go down in history. Abela was the tallest man in Tbilisi in the second half of the 19 th century and his rise to fame was due to his extraordinary height. Abela figures in a novel by Armenian artist Bashinjaghianz.  [ Read More ]

The first part of the article are available here. Visit this link to see the second part of the article. Their main concern was for the way to get extra tickets because every citizen of Tbilisi, notwithstanding his or her national or religious, cultural or social diversity, seemed determined to press on to hear “La donna e mobile” right from the stage. From the stage because in the streets opera  [ Read More ]

The beginning of the article: Georgian culture and art. Part 1 The opera was meant to be ltalian. lt fell to the merchant Tamamshev to build an opera house. According to newspaper reports, he bought a plot of land from the Tsitsishvili Estate “for two smoked sturgeon and two pieces of fabric”. The Armenian merchant weakened into absolute misunderstanding at the miserable price Prince Tsitsishvili asked for the land. But  [ Read More ]

On The street Besarion Belinsky, just a few steps away from the house where legendary personality Shalva Javakhadze resides, there is a shoemaker’s atelier plastered with photos of Maria Callas. The shoemaker himself is the only one (among his many counterparts living in Tbilisi) who (in parallel to breathing life into shoes) is often heard humming opera tunes and still continues to exchange smiles with his clients. Currently he is the  [ Read More ]

Aerobiological monitoring of the “Sistine Chapel”: airborne bacteria and microfungi trends Three sampling campaigns were carried out in the Chapel on the following dates: November 1997 and 27 February 1998. During each sampling operation the following IGRIST psychrometer (Model IGN/B). The air speed was recorded with the Terman anemometer without flow direction connector. The carbon dioxide concentration in the air was measured with the BABUK/M multisampler and the BSO 103  [ Read More ]

Aerobiological monitoring of the “Sistine Chapel”: airborne bacteria and microfungi trends The Sistine Chapel is undoubtedly one of the world’s most famous halls on account of the frescoes that accentuate it, expecially the art works of Michelangelo. Sistine Chapel actions 40.5 × 13.2 m at the basis and surges to a height of 20.7 m. The passing centuries have seen numerous restoration interventions, many of them deleterious, with consequent stratification of materials, some of an organic nature, that have often ruined the frescoes  [ Read More ]

Georgian Fund of Culture

GEORGIAN FUND OF CULTURE THE LABORATORY FOR FIXATION OF GEORGIAN RELICS OF THE PAST AND HISTORICAL MONUMENTS. THE MONUMENTS OF THE ANTIQUITY ARE OFTEN CALLED MUTE WITNESSES OF THE PAST. LOOK, ARE THEY MUTE ?! THEY SPEAK, TALK, NARRATE. COLOUR HARMONY OF THE ICONS AND FRESCOES, AUSTERE OUTLINES OF THE FORTRESSES AND CHURCHES, THE WITNESSES OF THE MILLENIA IN SILVER, GOLD AND CERAMICS TELL OF THE SKILL AND THE PERFECTION  [ Read More ]

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