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The mansion, Writers’ House of Georgia is presently located was built in 1903-1905 by David Sarajishvili. David Sarajishvili (1848-1911) was a famous philanthropist, founder of Georgian brandy production, Doctor of chemistry and philosophy. The building was constructed by a German architect Carl Zaar, in collaboration with architects Tbilisi Aleksander Ozerov and Korneli Tatishev; the author of exquisite wooden interior was the Georgian craftsman Ilia Mamatsashvili. The building is a great example of Art Nouveau architecture and is acknowledged as a brilliant blend of Georgian and European architectural styles.