Tbilisi, A City for its Citizens?
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A child covers her nose with handkerchief to protect herself from pollution. It is a painting on a wall in an underground pass, yet it conveys the feeling of suffocating air. The mural is one of the many that Mirian Shengelia and Dr. Love, aka Bacha Khoperia, have been creating across Georgia’s capital Tbilisi to raise awareness about the increasingly polluted city where they live. For the two street artists, clogged sideways, over-pouring garbage bins, and the lack of ramps are additional contours of a beautiful city where life has become unfriendly to its citizens.


Chai Khana
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