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Tbilisi is the capital and the largest city of Georgia, lying on the banks of the Mtkvari River. Founded in the 5th century by Vakhtang Gorgasali, the Georgian King of Iberia, and made into a capital in the 6th century. Notable tourist destinations include the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi, Freedom Square, Sioni Cathedral, Metekhi, Narikala, Rustaveli Avenue, Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre, Anchiskhati Basilica, Mtatsminda Pantheon (Holy Mountain), Kashueti Church along with the National and Historic Museums of Georgia and a number of art galleries.

Tbilisi is the capital and the largest city of Georgia, lying on the banks of the Mtkvari River. Founded in the 5th century by Vakhtang Gorgasali, the Georgian King of Iberia, and made into a capital in the 6th century. Notable tourist destinations include the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi, Freedom Square, Sioni Cathedral, Metekhi, Narikala, Rustaveli Avenue, Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre, Anchiskhati Basilica, Mtatsminda Pantheon (Holy Mountain), Kashueti Church along with the National and Historic Museums of Georgia and a number of art galleries.

Tbilisi

Mtskheta, one of the oldest cities of the country of Georgia is located approximately 25 kilometers north of Tbilisi at the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers. Due to its historical significance and numerous ancient monuments, Mtskheta became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. Remains of towns at this location have been dated to earlier than the year 1000 BC, and Mtskheta was capital of the early Georgian Kingdom of Iberia during the 3rd century BC – 5th century AD. It was the site of early Christian activity, and the location where Christianity was proclaimed the state religion of Georgia in 337. Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (11th century) and Jvari Monastery (6th century) in Mtskheta are amongst the most significant monuments of Georgian Christian architecture.

Mtskheta, one of the oldest cities of the country of Georgia is located approximately 25 kilometers north of Tbilisi at the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers. Due to its historical significance and numerous ancient monuments, Mtskheta became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. Remains of towns at this location have been dated to earlier than the year 1000 BC, and Mtskheta was capital of the early Georgian Kingdom of Iberia during the 3rd century BC – 5th century AD. It was the site of early Christian activity, and the location where Christianity was proclaimed the state religion of Georgia in 337. Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (11th century) and Jvari Monastery (6th century) in Mtskheta are amongst the most significant monuments of Georgian Christian architecture.

Mtskheta

 

Sighnaghi is a town in Georgia's easternmost region of Kakheti located about 100 km eastern from Tbilisi. The territory of the modern-day town was known as Hereti in the Middle Ages, and as Kiziqi after the 15th century. In 1762, King Heraclius (Erekle) II of Georgia sponsored the construction of the town and erected a fortress to defend the area from marauding attacks by Dagestan tribesmen - Sighnaghi (literally,  harbor  in Turkish) . Sighnaghi and its environs are home to several historical and cultural monuments. The town is walled with the remnants of 18th-century fortifications. The venerated Bodbe Monastery is located 2 kilometers from Sighnaghi and is a place of pilgrimage due to its association with St. Nino, the 4th-century apostle of Georgia.

Sighnaghi is a town in Georgia's easternmost region of Kakheti located about 100 km eastern from Tbilisi. The territory of the modern-day town was known as Hereti in the Middle Ages, and as Kiziqi after the 15th century. In 1762, King Heraclius (Erekle) II of Georgia sponsored the construction of the town and erected a fortress to defend the area from marauding attacks by Dagestan tribesmen - Sighnaghi (literally, "harbor" in Turkish) . Sighnaghi and its environs are home to several historical and cultural monuments. The town is walled with the remnants of 18th-century fortifications. The venerated Bodbe Monastery is located 2 kilometers from Sighnaghi and is a place of pilgrimage due to its association with St. Nino, the 4th-century apostle of Georgia.

Sighnaghi

 

Mount Kazbek is one of the major mountains of the Caucasus located on the border of Kazbegi District of Georgia and North Ossetia. It is the third highest mountain in Georgia (after Mount Shkhara and Janga) and the seventh highest peak in the Caucasus Mountains. The summit lies directly to the west of the town of Stepantsminda and is the most prominent geographic feature of the area.Gergeti Trinity Church is a popular name for Holy Trinity Church near the village of Gergeti. The church is situated on the right bank of the river Chkheri at an elevation of 2170 meters, under Mount Kazbegi. The Gergeti Trinity Church was built in the 14th century. In times of danger, precious relics from Mtskheta, including Saint Nino's Cross were brought here for safekeeping.

Mount Kazbek is one of the major mountains of the Caucasus located on the border of Kazbegi District of Georgia and North Ossetia. It is the third highest mountain in Georgia (after Mount Shkhara and Janga) and the seventh highest peak in the Caucasus Mountains. The summit lies directly to the west of the town of Stepantsminda and is the most prominent geographic feature of the area.Gergeti Trinity Church is a popular name for Holy Trinity Church near the village of Gergeti. The church is situated on the right bank of the river Chkheri at an elevation of 2170 meters, under Mount Kazbegi. The Gergeti Trinity Church was built in the 14th century. In times of danger, precious relics from Mtskheta, including Saint Nino's Cross were brought here for safekeeping.

Kazbegi and Gergeti Trinity Church

This wonderful place is located in Samegrelo-ZemoSvanetiregion, in Georgia. Small city of Martvili, just half an hour driving time from Kutaisi. Martvili district is truly one of the greatest places in Georgia – combining unique natural environment with historical monuments. It is a place with lots of waterfalls and sky blue water! You can lend a boatwith a boatman and he will take you to unforgettable journey between high rocks. in Canyon.
This wonderful place is located in Samegrelo-ZemoSvanetiregion, in Georgia. Small city of Martvili, just half an hour driving time from Kutaisi. Martvili district is truly one of the greatest places in Georgia – combining unique natural environment with historical monuments. It is a place with lots of waterfalls and sky blue water! You can lend a boat with a boatman and he will take you to unforgettable journey between high rocks. in Canyon.

Martvili Canyon


On the way to Kazbegi - Zhinvali Reservoir
This wonderful place is located in Samegrelo-ZemoSvanetiregion, in Georgia. Small city of Martvili, just half an hour driving time from Kutaisi. Martvili district is truly one of the greatest places in Georgia – combining unique natural environment with historical monuments. It is a place with lots of waterfalls and sky blue water! You can lend a boat with a boatman and he will take you to unforgettable journey between high rocks. in Canyon.
Svaneti is a historic province in northwest Georgia, bordering Russia. Sitting in the southern Greater Caucasus mountain range, it's characterized by snowcapped peaks and deep gorges. The medieval villages of Upper Svaneti are dotted with koshki, defensive stone structures built from the 9th century onwards. The village of Chazhashi in eastern Svaneti’s Ushguli area features many of these towers.
Svaneti is a historic province in northwest Georgia, bordering Russia. Sitting in the southern Greater Caucasus mountain range, it's characterized by snowcapped peaks and deep gorges. The medieval villages of Upper Svaneti are dotted with koshki, defensive stone structures built from the 9th century onwards. The village of Chazhashi in eastern Svaneti’s Ushguli area features many of these towers.

Svaneti region. Shkhara glacier. Village Ushguli