The bridge above the Tsavciskali river is decorated with a sculpture of a falcon. According to legend, King Georg Gorgosali, who moved the capital from Mtskheta to Tbilisi, hunted in these places. His falcon caught a pheasant. At the site where it happened miraculously, Gorgasali discovered the warm waters of the river and called the whole area - Tbili which means warm - Tbilisi. A park covers the lower part of the river. A monument to Heydar Aliyev is an only sculpture in this park.