Rustavi is a city in the southeast of Georgia, in the province of Kvemo Kartli, situated 25 km (16 mi) southeast of the capital Tbilisi. It has a population of 125,103 (2014 census) and is dominated by the Rustavi Metallurgical Plant.
The Rustavi Ensemble, or the Georgian State Academic Ensemble, is a Georgian folk music ensemble that was created in 1968 by Anzor Erkomaishvili, a singer and folklorist from a distinguished Georgian musical lineage that goes back seven generations. Since its formation Rustavi has successfully toured more than 50 countries of the world.
Rustavi 2 Broadcasting Company , better known as Rustavi 2, is the most successful private television broadcasting company in Georgia. The Rustavi, based in Tbilisi, was founded in 1994 in the town of Rustavi.
In 2011, Rustavi Steel LLC was established to acquire the assets of the Rustavi Metallurgical Plant. Rustavi Metallurgical Plant one of Georgia’s largest industrial enterprises, is situated 30 kilometres to the south of Georgia's capital Tbilisi.
The Rustavi International Motorpark is a motor racing venue located 20 kilometres south-east of Tbilisi, Georgia.
The Rustavi church of the Assumption of Mary better known as Rustavi Sioni (Georgian: რუსთავის სიონი) is a Georgian Orthodox church in Rustavi, Georgia. It was built in 2000-2011.
The Rustamid dynasty was a ruling house of Ibāḍī imāms of Persian descent centered in Algeria. The dynasty governed as a Muslim theocracy for a century and a half from its capital Tiaret (in modern Algeria) until the Ismaili Fatimid Caliphate destroyed it.
Rustaveli Avenue , formerly known as Golovin Street, is the central avenue in Tbilisi named after the medieval Georgian poet, Shota Rustaveli. The avenue starts at Freedom Square and extends for about 1.5 km in length, before it turns into an extension of Kostava Street.
Rustaveli National Theatre is the largest and one of the oldest theaters of Georgia, located in its capital Tbilisi on Rustaveli Avenue. Housed in an ornate Rococo-style edifice, the theatre was founded in 1887 and since 1921 has carried the name of Georgia's national poet Rustaveli.
The Rustaveli Cinema is a movie theater in Tbilisi. The theater is on Rustaveli Avenue opposite the Parliament of Georgia.