One of my first memories from Georgia are very related with Expo Georgia Exhibition center, back in April 2011 when I first arrived to Georgia, just shortly I had an opportunity to visit a fair held here - Caucasus Tourism Fair. Back then I realized how important this venue place is for doing business in Georgia.
If you are up to meeting new prospects or looking for some strong ties - fairs held here are absolutely worth of it.
In today's article I would rather speak of territory of this place and provide some cool pictures I made here at the start of December 2015.
Pavilion #1 at Expo Georgia exhibition center in Tbilisi
I above picture there are actually 5 pictures merged together, blended into nice panoramic photography. If you would like more how I'm doing these, make sure to check out my digital photography school tutorials.
Expo Georgia, set within the post- industrial Didube-Chugureti district of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is a 15-hectare campus located northeast of the historic city center. The complex is centered in an extensively landscaped sequence of gardens and park spaces, accessed by parkways and pedestrian paths. Soviet-era pavilions are distributed across the site, developed as a regional exposition during the 1960s. Read more: Expo Georgia
Expo Georgia territory
In some of the pavilions there are located offices and furniture saloons.
Soviet time sculptures are all across the gardens territory
Trees and open air pools at Expo Georgia garden territory
Soviet time monument
Expo Georgia in Tbilisi
Another panorama photo.
Visit official Expo Georgia website to learn more about upcoming shows and fairs. www.expogeorgia.ge