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Bridge of Peace

The Bridge of Peace is a stunning architectural marvel gracing downtown Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, spanning over the Mtkvari River.

Stretching across 156 meters, this bridge boasts 1208 integrated LED bulbs that illuminate every evening, showcasing four distinct lighting programs across its canopy every hour, starting 90 minutes before sunset.

Commissioned by the City Hall of Tbilisi, the bridge seamlessly connects Old Tbilisi with the newer district, offering panoramic views of Metekhi Church, the Statue of Tbilisi’s founder Vakhtang Gorgasali, and the iconic Narikala Fortress. On the other side, it offers vistas of Baratashvili Bridge and the Presidential Office.

Officially unveiled on May 6, 2010, the Bridge of Peace was designed by the Italian architect Michele De Lucchi, renowned for his work on prominent structures in Tbilisi, including the buildings of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Presidential Administration. The exquisite lighting design was crafted by French lighting designer Philippe Martinaud. The bridge was transported in sections from Italy via 200 trucks, with the lighting elements assembled on-site during the construction process.

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