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KHIDI's underground scene gives ravers a space, where they can forget about outside "laws" of everyday life and fully enjoy themselves.
Khidi means "bridge" in Georgia. This club is literally located inside of a bridge. Another underground club which Tbilisi fames himself for.
This is one of the best techno club in Tbilisi. Crowds are fantastic and setting is amazing too. It's located under the bridge, in technical areas.
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