Tbilisi Botanical Garden established in 1845, is located on the territory where Royal gardens existed many years ago. Today it’s officially called The National Botanical Garden of Georgia. It lies in the Tsavkisis-Tskali Gorge on the southern hill range of Sololaki.
Total area of the garden covers 128000 hectares. With its rich collection of local and foreign flora, it counts more than 3500 species of plants, among which there are a lot of threatened species of the Red List. You can also meet such unique plants as “Peony Maiko” and “Iberian Iris” which are vulnerable to endangerment.
There are several bridges inside of the garden. One of them is called Queen Tamar Bridge. According to archaeologists the caravan road was passing over it.