Freedom Square is in the city of Tbilisi , where there is a statue of Gergis .
Freedom Square, also known as Yervan, Ervan, is located in Tbilisi, Georgia. This is a field previously known as Paskevich Yerevanski Square, later named Lenin Square and finally Azadi Square. This square was also briefly called Yervan Square. Paskovic Yeransky was a Russian colonel and received the title for capturing the city of Yerevan for the Russian Empire. In the vicinity of the eastern side of the small open space, there is a small open space with a fountain.
Between the statue of Pushkin and that fountain, “Camus” is buried. Camus was a famous revolutionary figure, but now his grave is buried in that place and unknown. This is the local square for mass demonstrations, including those for the independence of Georgia from the Soviet Union, the Rose Revolution, and others. In 2005, the Freedom Square was a venue in which US President George W. Bush and Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili celebrated the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War with a population of 100,000.
Further information about Freedom Square
Georgia’s Freedom Monument is located in the city of Tbilisi, in the Georgian language called Tawsey Pulibis , the original Which had managed to conquer Yerevan (modern Yerevan), but after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1918, the name of the field was changed at the very beginning of the formation of the foundations of the Georgian republic, which was originally called the Square (Beria), and Then he changed to Lenin Square.
Freedom Square has been associated with many events that took place in the city in different historical periods, but with all the changes and after several times the government’s changes remain, and witnessed many events, including the death of the bank of that area in 1907 , The site of the Tudeh Party protests and those who fought for the independence of Georgia and liberation from the Soviet Union and also witnessed the Rose Revolution.
Now, something about 200 years since the construction of the square passes; it was built in the early 19th century in a neo- classical style. In 1956, the statue of Lenin was built in the center of the square of the shape of the square; this statue remained until 1991, but after the independence of Georgia and the withdrawal of Soviet domination.
In 2005, a celebration was held on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, a crowd of 100,000 people attending the ceremony, and a special guest at the ceremony attended by President George W. Bush, who also intended to assassinate They had him, but this assassination operation was unsuccessful.
Freedom Square today
In 2006, the statue called Freedom (Georgian: Tawisopoulos ), commonly known as the St. George, was built at the center of the square and designed by the famous Georgian sculptor Zurab Tsereteli It is made of granite and a combination of gold and bronze, with an altitude of 35 meters, so that it can easily be seen in many parts of the city of Tbilisi; it is a symbol of freedom And the independence of Georgia.
In the vicinity of the northern part of the Azadi Square, there is a small open space with a water fountain, as well as a bust of Alexandru Pushkin built at this place. One of the important buildings around the square is the Tbilisi Municipality Building, the Central Bank of Georgia, as well as other government departments. Finally, the name of the six major streams leading to the Arad field is: 1- Pushkin Ave. 2- Rustaveli St. 3- Lselides Ave. 4- Shalova Dadiani St. 5- Galakshan St.-Leonid Street.