The St. Peter and St. Paul's Church is a Roman Catholic church in Tbilisi, the Georgian capital. Pope John Paul II celebrated Mass there during his visit to Georgia in October 1999.The church was built between 1870 and 1877 on the initiative of Konstantine Zubalashvili, an important member of the Catholic community in Georgia. The project was entrusted to the architect Albert Zaltsman. The architecture of the church is characterized by a marked baroque style.
The church entrance is west. Above the wooden front door there is a rose window decorated with floral ornaments and a dove. The facade is divided by pilasters and arches of a more intense yellow of Corinth that the rest of the structure.
Address კიტა აბაშიძის ქუჩა, თბილისი, Georgia
Coordinates 41°42'35.825" N 44°48'6.809" E