Right outside of the main intercity bus station in Tbilisi, Georgia, is the Didube Market. The scene of all for sale – fruits, spices, old books – all with the sounds of aging sedans with modified exhaust pipes in the background. It’s from here you can get to Gori, the strange site of Joseph Stalin’s childhood home enshrined.
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