David Gareja caves represent the complex of 18 Christian orthodox monasteries spread over the Gareja semi-desert. Notable for ancient frescoes and picturesque views, main part is situated in Kakheti, Georgia.
The Vani Archaeological Museum-Reserve, renowned for its archaeological findings from the ancient Colchis civilization dating between 800 BC and 100 AD in Imereti, the Western region of Georgia, showcases archaeological assemblages excavated in Vani since 1985.
Tbilisi urban heritage is Tentative world heritage site which preserved its urban planning structure in the course of the centuries and preserved not in scattered individual buildings, but in its whole entity.
Gremi, the former capital of the medieval Kakheti Kingdom, offers a captivating sightseeing tour through its historical remnants. The small museum, wine cellar, residential tower, and church provide a glimpse into the history of this once flourishing trading city along the Great Silk Road.
Mta-Tusheti Tentative world heritage site is a small historic geographic region on the northern slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountains, and represents the most ecologically unspoiled regions in Caucasus.
Dmanisi archaeological excavations revealed the earliest hominid dispersal beyond Africa continent. Today, it is widely recognized that discoveries at Dmanisi have changed our knowledge on the migration of earliest humans from Africa to Eurasia.