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Georgian National Museum
The Georgian National Museum is a museum network in Georgia that brings together several leading museums from various parts of the country. It was founded on December 30, 2004. The Georgian National Museum was established within the framework of structural, institutional, and legal reforms aimed at modernizing the management of the institutions united within this network, and at coordinating research and educational activities. Since its foundation, the Museum has been directed by Professor David Lordkipanidze.

Art Museum of Georgia
The Art Museum of Georgia, officially known as Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine Arts, is one of the most important museums in Georgia. It is located near Tavisuplebis Moedani (Freedom Square), Tbilisi, and possesses around 140,000 items of Georgian, Oriental, Russian, and European art.

Armazi is a locale in Georgia, 2 km northwest of Mtskheta and 22 km north of Tbilisi. A part of historical Greater Mtskheta, it is a place where the ancient city of the same name and the original capital of the early Georgian kingdom of Kartli or Iberia was located. It particularly flourished in the early centuries of the Anno Domini and was destroyed by the Arab invasion in the 730s. The area is now a state-protected field museum administered as a part of the National Archaeology Museum-Reserve of Greater Mtskheta.[

Georgian National Center of Manuscripts
The Georgian National Center of Manuscripts is a research and educational institution dedicated to studying old manuscripts and historical documents. The Center is based in Tbilisi (Georgia). Was founded as Institute of Manuscripts on June 30, 1958. The Center is named after the eminent Georgian historian and philologist, Academician Korneli Kekelidze. The founder and first Director was a notable Georgian historian, Corresponding Member of the Georgian Academy of Sciences Ilia Abuladze. The Center operates its own museum which houses a unique collection of old manuscripts.

Museum of Tbilisi's History
The Museum of Tbilisi's History, a treasury of material and spiritual values of Georgian people was founded in 1910. That time it was named "Municipal Museum", because it was established by the Municipality.

Museum of Soviet Occupation
The Museum of Soviet Occupation is a history museum in Tbilisi, Georgia, documenting the seven decades of the Soviet rule in Georgia (1921-1991) and dedicated to the victims of the Soviet political repressions throughout this period. It was established on May 26, 2006.

Nokalakevi is a village and archaeological site in Georgia; particularly, in Senaki district (raioni) of Samegrelo and Zemo Svaneti region.

Giorgi Chitaia Open Air Museum of Ethnography
The Giorgi Chitaia Open Air Museum of Ethnography is an open-air museum in Tbilisi, Georgia, displaying the examples of folk architecture and craftwork from various regions of the country. The museum is named after Giorgi Chitaia, a Georgian ethnographer, who founded the museum on April 27, 1966. Since December 30, 2004, it has been administered as part of the Georgian National Museum.

Simon Janashia Museum
Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia, formerly known as the State Museum of History of Georgia, is one of the main history museums in Tbilisi, Georgia, which displays the country’s principal archaological findings.


Joseph Stalin Museum
The Joseph Stalin Museum in Gori, Georgia is dedicated to the life of the town's most famous son, Joseph Stalin, who became the leader of the Soviet Union. The museum has three divisions, all located in the town's central square. The main corpus is a large palazzo in Stalinist Gothic style, begun in 1951 ostensibly as a local history museum, but clearly intended to become a memorial to Stalin, who died in 1953.

Vani is a town in Imereti region of western Georgia, at the Sulori river (a tributary of the Rioni river), 41 km southwest from the regional capital Kutaisi. The town with the population of 4,600 (2002 est.) is an administrative center of the Vani raioni (district) comprising also 43 neighbouring villages (total area – 557 km²; population – 34,000, 2002 est.). In town Vani there is an interesting museum (founded in 1985), where some unique pieces of the ancient Colchis are exhibited.

Georgian Museum of Photography
The Georgian Association of the History of Photography in the Caucasus is a non-governmental organization combining the admirers of old photography, cinema figures, photographers, artists and writers. In 2000 the Association was awarded the grant of "Open Society - Georgia Foundation" to enable the establishment of the Georgian Museum of Photography in the Internet.

Nokalakevi Museum
In Nokalakevi near the site there is an archaeological museum (since 1988). The director is Enriko Kokaia. There are kept prescious things in the museum found in Nokalakevi and its suburbs, which put their tribute in investigation of Nokalakevi. In 1991 during the civil war, Nokalakevi Museum was robbed.

Georgian Silk Museum
The Silk Museum and technical library were sited in the main building. which is a prime example or the eclectic style characteristic of Tbilisi in the late 19th century. The original building, part of which was intended for a museum. as well as the original library furniture. display cases and sericultural equipment still survive intact and hear witness to the integrity ants purpose-built design as it was then perceived.

Museum of Zakaria Paliashvili Tbilisi Opera
The museum was founded at the inception of the Opera House. It preserved unique exhibits, depicting the activities of the Barbierri Italian opera company (located at the Karvasla building erected by architect Scudieri in 1851), Russian ballet and opera companies, the visits of other foreign artists, as well as the materials of opera performances held at the new Opera House (modern building) built by architect Schreter in 1896, the whole history of Georgian opera and ballet art.

S.Janashia State Museum of Georgia
Museum has scientific contacts with the former USSR Research Institutions (State Hermitage, Anthropological and Ethnographic Museums of Miklukho-Maklay, Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, State Museum of History (Moscow), Russian Archaeological Institute, Armenian Historical Museum and Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Baku Museum of History and Institute of History etc.).

Kaspi Local Museum
The museum houses archaeological collection created of materials, excavated in Kaspi, Rene, Metekhi, Teza expeditions, dated as Early and Middle Bronze Age, III-I Millennium B.C. objects from burial mound, _parently characteristic for the Trialeti Culture ceramics, Late Bronze Age earthenware, XIV-XII c.c. B.C. details of cloth, .....