TBILISI, formerly Tiflis, the Post-Soviet capital of the republic of Georgia, on the Mtkvari River at the cross-section of the Trialeti and Kartli Caucasian mountain ranges, was founded in 458. The city once had a strategic role controlling the trade route between western and eastern Transcaucasia. Today, few cities are as gleefully chaotic as Tbilisi, an eclectic mix of old and modern, a sprawling city with a population of 1.1 million, frenetic yet peaceful, wild yet civilized, a truly living and intoxicating contradiction.
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