On December 5, the exhibition "Wisdom turned Golden" was opened, at the Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia. The event was led by Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport - Levan Kharatishvili, EU Ambassador to Georgia Karl Harcelli and Director of Georgian National Museum - David Lortkipanidze.
Exhibition "Wisdom turned Golden" is dedicated to the European Year of Cultural Heritage in Georgia. By the end of February, the visitors will have the opportunity to see one of the masterpieces of golden works in Georgian National Museum.
Along with the ancient archaeological artefacts, the gold jewelry of the late Lenticular Age (2nd-IV centuries), warehouse tools and precious metal objects preserved in the ethnographic collection are presented primarily for exposition. The exhibits accurately illustrate the general knowledge of the metal, which has been transmitted from generation to generation in Georgia and has established its place in Georgian culture and the European civilization.
The exhibition offers its viewer to witness the details of the Trialeti Gold Cup through modern technology of visualization. You can see the cup originally at the exhibition - "Archaeological Treasures".
The exhibition is accompanied by a variety of educational programs for visitors of different ages.