This series of photographs, It's the travel journal of Mojtaba Bahadori, who visited Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. Situated on the eastern fringe of Europe, between Turkey and Russia, with a sophisticated culture that dates back to its settlement by the ancient Greeks, Georgia was forcibly incorporated into the Soviet Union in 1922. Its independence was restored in 1991, but this was followed by civil war and economic breakdown.
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