Created by the Georgian carver Tamara Kvesitadze in Batumi these two steel figures represent immortal love. The sculptures represent the Muslim kid Ali and Nino, the Gregorian princess from a well-known novel composed in 1937 by the Azerbaijani author Kurban Said. The book has to do with a terrible love story with the enthusiasts separated by soviet intrusion of the region .
Installed in 2010, the statues begin moving at 7 PM every day and after accepting for a short while they again separate . The story of Ali and Nino is popular and is readily available on Amazon.So start looking for man&woman today.
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Located in Batumi, Georgia, the tragic lovers begin to move every night at 7 p.m.
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The statues are inspired by a love story between a Muslim boy and a Georgian princess who come from different religious backgrounds