More than 95% of the residents of Tbilisi practice various forms of Christianity (the most predominant of which is the Georgian Orthodox Church). The Russian Orthodox Church, which is in Full communion with the Georgian, and the Armenian Apostolic Church have significant following within the city as well. A large minority of the population (around 4%) practises Islam (mainly Shia Islam). Judaism is also common, but to a lesser extent (about 2% of Tbilisi's population practises Judaism). Tbilisi has been historically known for religious tolerance. This is especially evident in the city's Old Town, where a mosque, synagogue, and Eastern and Oriental Orthodox churches can all be found within less than 500 metres from each other. from wiki
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Fis2 (98429) 2013-12-01 13:34
Interesting b&w photo.
Good idea, curious effect.
The blac and white increase this emotions.
Greetings from Poland
subhendu_bagchi (26089) 2013-12-09 2:56
hello, an interesting framing here. Like the use of light. Enjoyed the effect of shadow and light. Superb graphism. Very well done. Tfs.