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Tbilisi events - Exhibition NOVEMBER 15, 2018
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exhibition Personal Art Exhibition Of Zaal Sulakauri
18:00

Zaliko`s Exhibition Hall
34 Kazbegi Ave, Tbilisi
from - November 10 till - November 16
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exhibition The exhibition pavilion of the National Archive of the Ministry of Justice on October 19 at 18:30 will open an exhibition of archival documents and photographs about the relations between Georgia and Italy, entitled "The history of friendship between Georgia and Italy."
The event will be attended by the Ambassador of Italy Antonio Enrico Bartoli, the Ministry of Justice, the diplomatic corps, and representatives of state educational institutions.
The exhibition will show documents confirming the friendship of the two countries, letters and photographs from the 17th century to the present day.



from - October 19 till - November 19
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exhibition Georgian National Museum in cooperation with the Katyn Museum, the division of the Polish Army Museum in Warsaw and the Polish Institute in Tbilisi, present the exhibition "Katyn - It has been an unusual morning" at Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia, Soviet Occupation Exhibition Hall.

The exhibition is dedicated to the Katyń Massacre - to the fate of the victims of Soviet occupation during the Second World War.

The Katyń Massacre - the murder of about 22,000 Polish POWs and prisoners captured after 17 September 1939 perpetrated by the NKVD in the spring of 1940, which left a heavy mark on the pages of Polish history. The story of the Katyń massacres is not limited to the time of the tragic events but extends to their implications and all actions were undertaken after 1940: reprisals against the prisoners' families, deportations, a whole spectrum of persecutions, destructive propaganda and decades of silence from the international community regarding the Soviet atrocities. The mass executions were only the beginning of the harsh fate the Polish people would suffer under Soviet occupation.

Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia
3, Sh. Rustaveli Ave. Tbilisi, Georgia
from - November 6 till - November 30
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