The history of Tbilisi city begins with sulfurous waters, for centuries people used it as baths. In the 30s, under the guidance of physiotherapist and balneologist Mikheil Zandukeli, a unique project was created, according to which the resort should have been spread at 3-4 km up to Krtsanisi government residence. It should have been launched. Tbilisi Balneological Resort became operational in 1938. The doctors working here were the elite of medical professorate. In 1998 the building was granted a status of cultural heritage.