In the heart of the Caucasus mountains is the Tbilisi city, the capital of the Republic of Georgia. 

According to legend, the city was founded by King Vakhtang Gorgasali. On the hunt, the royal falcon grabbed the pheasant and under the weight of its burden, collapsed into a hot spring. Both birds in the blink of an eye boiled in boiling water. After the incident, the king ordered the city to be laid in this unusual place. But pragmatic archaeologists and historians refute this poetic version of the founding of the city and argue that Tbilisi has existed since the IV. AD, and this is long before the reign of King Gorgasali.

The undoubted fact remains that the settlement in this place originated precisely due to warm sulfur springs, because in translation from Georgian "tbili" means "warm".