Kartlis Deda (to Georgian : ქართლის დედა ) (pronunciation: Kartlis Deda) means the mother of a cartridge ( Georgia ), a statue overlooking the highlands of the city of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia , and is located on the ‘Sulolaki hills’, and is accessible to almost all parts of the city. It is visible. Today, “Georgia’s mother” has become a symbol for Tbilisi.
The construction of the statue was made in 1958, on the occasion of the 1500th anniversary of the city of Tbilisi, by a Georgian sculptor named Temeca Amaschokeli .
The 20-meter-long statue of aluminum is made up of a gorgeous Georgian woman dressed in a wallet with a sword in his right hand, meaning a warrior and threatening enemies, and in the left hand a cup of wine is a sign of hospitality and welcoming friends.