Tbilisi Sameba Cathedral
- Address: Tbilisi, Georgia
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:20 Mins
- Tags: Church, Historical Site, Family And Kids
Tbilisi Sameba Cathedral - Review
The Tsminda Sameba Cathedral’s stunning after-dark images make you leave all the pubs in town only to see the building illuminated by warm lights. The church is modern- built in 2004 and was constructed in time to celebrate 2000 years of Christianity in Georgia. The foundation of the church was made in tradition- consisting of rocks from the Jordan river and the Sion mountain and soil from Jerusalem and the tomb of St. George.
Tbilisi Sameba Cathedral Opening and Closing Hours
- Most of the churches in the city are open during the day with the Georgian liturgy ceremony usually held at 4:00 pm on Saturday and 9:00 am on Sunday.
How To reach Tbilisi Sameba Cathedral by Public Transport
- Metro: Avlabari
- Bus: Opposite to Samreklo #26 (Sameba Cathedral)
- By Marshrutkas (Minivans)
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/ Bike.
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95% of people who visit Tbilisi include Tbilisi Sameba Cathedral in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
22.87% of people start their Tbilisi Sameba Cathedral visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Tbilisi Sameba Cathedral
90.3% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tbilisi Sameba Cathedral
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Tbilisi Sameba Cathedral, Tbilisi Reviews
Tbilisi or perhaps whole of Georgia is full of churches. You can pretty much find one church in every area if not couple of them close to each other and then you have one church that stand out and stand tall above all. This Trinity church is certainly the one. It’s a massive structure and very well kept from inside out. We happened to be there when there was some sort of prayers being sung. That made the entire experience even better. It also has some kind of bloody history attached to it. We were informed that the king of that time killed all the labour and engineers so nothing of this sort can be built again. Anyway, it was worth the visit for its history and structure.
Very peaceful and spiritual place to be. Our tour guide told us many interesting pieces of information about signicianf depictions of scenes from the Bible in the church. The presence of some hidden spirit inside you almost seems to be real. Well, it’s real, you just have to see it.
What a beautiful place. It was truly awe inspiring walking through the halls with the echo's of beautiful hymns. Sensationally stimulating. I'm not a religious person, but I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of the short experience.
Biggest Orthodox cathedral in Caucasus region, was built in 2004, but they started construction somewhere 2000. View of Old Tbilisi from cathedral is beautiful. I suggest to go there around sunset time.
The most beautiful monastery we have seen in all of Caucuses. Stunning architecture and view from outside the monastery.
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