Cathedral of Tbilisi
Its building was completed between 1995 and 2004, with a capacity of 15,000 tons and a height of 97 meters, the title of the largest Orthodox Church in the world and the third highest Orthodox Church in the world.
The architecture of this church is a blend of traditional Georgian religious architecture in various stages of history as well as elements of Byzantine architecture.
The church has a cone-shaped dome on eight columns.
The genome of the dome is of gold and is 7.5 meters tall from the bottom of the dome to the tip of the crescent.
This huge church consists of 9 small churches and in addition, 5 smaller churches are located on the lower floors of the building.
The total space of the building is 5000 m² and its volume is 137 cubic meters.
The height of the underlying buildings is 13 meters and the height of the church from the ground to the tip of the cross is 84 meters.
The mosaic floor was used to make the marble floor, and the mosaic was used for decoration, and the paintings of this church were grouped by Amir Goghildez.