Georgia and Tbilisi, Azerbaijan and Baku are countries and cities that look like time machines.
Welcome to the Europe of the 70s and 90s!
But not only that. The modernity, without being invasive, is well present between the buildings of the Middle Ages, which gives these cities an incomparable charm.
Alternating historic Ottoman centres, glaciers at the foot of lost villages, dilapidated buildings facing ultra-modern edifices, old Soviet-era jew’s-horses (slaloming between the cows, present everywhere on the roads) alongside the latest models of German industry, Georgia and Azerbaijan are worth a visit.
Tbilisi and Baku are amazing cities, at the crossroads of several eras and influences, and this is particularly evident in the architecture.
The historic centre of these cities is a confusing and touching patchwork of brand new buildings and abandoned houses. Adjacent to shaky wooden terraces, an ultra-modern glass bridge or a cultural centre in the shape of a metal pipe.
Only here can this kind of mixture be successful and give these cities an atmosphere of their own.
To discover Tbilisi and Baku is to discover not only a rich contemporary architecture but also a destination that is still off the beaten track.
An architectural journey unlike any other…
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