The Palace of CeremoniesEdit profile
The Wedding Palace is a building in Tbilisi designed by the architect Victor Djorbenadze, built in 1984 as a church and venue for weddings. In 2001 it was purchased by a private party for use as a private residence. Rising above the River Kura, the building was also known as the Palace of Ceremonies.
One of many of the 20th century architectural examples of the Soviet Union, their common characteristics have been described as monotonous, but these structures are anything but. Spread throughout the Soviet Union during a short period of time, approximately 15 years, these buildings bring out the feeling of a movie set - where we imagine they are real, think they are not, yet, they do exist.
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