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Didgori Battle Memorial

Didgori Battle Memorial

Didgori Battle Memorial is a memorial complex dedicated to the Battle of Didgori (1121), an important historical milestone in Georgian-Seljuk wars when the armies of the Kingdom of Georgia commanded by David IV, defeated large Muslim army under Artuqid ruler Ilghazi.

Mtskheta Archaeological Museum-Reserve

Mtskheta Archaeological Museum-Reserve

Great Mtskheta Archeological State Museum-Reserve houses the residences of Georgian Kings of Kartli and Iberia Kingdoms along with their mausoleums, up to 23,000 exhibits dated from 4th Millennium BC.

Sarkine

Sarkine

Sarkine is mentioned in the old Georgian chronicles (the conversion of Kartli and the life of Kartli) among the other Georgian towns it was situated 8km west of Mtskheta, on the left bank of the River Mtkvari, where after the Shio-Mgvime Dzegvi follow the river flows through a gorge.

Nokalakevi

Nokalakevi

Nokalakevi is a village and an archaeological site in Georgia; particularly, in Senaki, district of Samegrelo and Zemo Svaneti region.

Gonio

Gonio

The beauty of one of the most charming regions of Georgia unfolds along the coastline where the natural blending of the sea and mountains creates unforgettable scenery.

Dzalisi

Dzalisi

Dzalisi archaeological site consists of several layers from the Bronze Age (3rd -2nd Millennium BC). It was the second capital of Kartli Kingdom up to the period of its decline from 5th to 8th c. AD.

Dmanisi

Dmanisi

Archaeological site Dmanisi is located in 93 km southwest of Tbilisi in Kvemo Kartli region.

Armaziskhevi

Armaziskhevi

Armaziskhevi - the residence and burial sites of the Pitiakhshes of the Iberian kings are situated on the right bank of the river Mtkvari, near the estuary of the Armazistskali, two miles west of Mtskheta.

Vardzia

Vardzia

The largest mediaeval cave monastery in the Southern Georgia Vardzia consists of approximately 600 grand and small rooms, tunnels, bell tower and hidden churches in the rock displaying fascinating frescoes.

Uplistsikhe Cave Complex

Uplistsikhe Cave Complex

Uplistsikhe is one of the oldest urban settlements found in Georgia, dates back to the 2nd millennium BC. Nowadays it still amazes visitors with beautiful caves carved in the cliff, its extraordinary positioning and charming views.