The Dry Bridge Market of Tbilisi

In the tough days of Soviet Union and the early time of independence, the Dry Bridge is where empty-pocketed people of Tbilisi would come to sell their possessions for some quick cash. For a few, it’s the same today, but for most it has become a livelihood.
 
The rich variety of odds and ends on sale are as diverse as Tbilisi itself.You can find anything in the world here: vinyls, crockery, old currencies, fancy jewelry, paintings, tools, unique treasures from the Soviet Union era war such as helmets, knives, belts, binoculars, cameras and much more.
 
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Tom’s Big Hitchhiking Adventure
 
– On 1 June 2017, I left the UK to hitchhike alone around the world –
 
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