The Institute of Archaeology, and the garden of Mikheil Mamulashvili are also worthy of note.
There is also a monument to sculptor Elena Machabell.
These fossils represent the earliest known human presence in the Caucasus.
Subsequently, four fossil skeletons were found, showing a species primitive in its skull and upper body but with relatively advanced spines and lower limbs.
Vekua with the teeth of the extinct rhino Dicerorhinus etruscus etruscus in 1983.
This species dates back presumably to the early Pleistocene epoch.
The discovery of primitive stone tools in 1984 led to increasing interest to the archaeological site.
) is a city in Mtskheta-Mtianeti province of Georgia.
One of the oldest cities of Georgia, it is located approximately 20 kilometres (12 miles) north of Tbilisi at the confluence of the Aragvi river.