Nukza poured wine, and our boat moved dimensionally through the waters of Kura. The bridge under which we sail is named after Nikolai Baratashvili. Nikolaz Baratashvili was a lyricists poet. He lived in the early 19th century. Unfortunately, he did not see the publication of any of his poems during his lifetime. He died in 1845 at the age of 28. Only seven years after his death, Tbilisi people got acquainted with his poetry and fell in love with it for forever. Today, modern bronze sculptures are on display on the bridge, and in the underground passages, the walls are decorated with graffiti. Both sculptures and graffiti are made by contemporary artists impressed by Baratashvili's poetry and destiny.