Sandro Tsirekidze

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Sandro Tsirekidze (Georgian: სანდრო ცირეკიძე) (1894–1923) was a Georgian poet, Symbolist.

Born in Kutaisi, he graduated from the school course in 1912 and then continued his studies at St. Petersburg University. Because of health problems he moved to Kiev University. In 1916 he became one of the founder members of the Symbolist group Blue Horns.

In 1920s he established writers corporation "Writers Publishing Cooperative." At the same time he founded the publishing house "Kirchkhibi." His first book "Mtvareulebi" was published in 1921.

He died in 1923, in the summer. He was buried at the Vera Cemetery.

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