And we can arrange a tour of the Tbilisi yards, because they have seen so much, they keep so many secrets. Every house in the old town has its own history. Here lived Yesenin, there Tchaikovsky, and here the formidable Beria was preparing for the Kremlin take-off. The old Tbilisi entrances still preserve the charm of bourgeois pretentiousness, and the yards, with their obligatory balconies and ornate staircases, the warmth of neighborly communication. We’ll see houses where ghosts live. Yes, we have them too. This is not a tourist part of the city, and this tour is only for initiates, who are interested not only in appearance, but also in the soul of the city.