The Royal palace of Geguti was constructed near Kutaisi city during Georgia's Golden Age. This ancient monument of medieval architecture is distinguished for its unique plan and spatial structure among other preserved palaces.
Didgori Battle Memorial is a memorial complex dedicated to the Battle of Didgori (1121), located on Trialeti mountains, in about 60 km from Tbilisi. Memorial and the swords around it are erected on a hill, in an open area.
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.
Ancient town Sarkine, situated in 8 km from Mtskheta, is mentioned in the old Georgian chronicles among the other Iberian settlements.
Nokalakevi is an archaeological site revealed historical fortress-city of Archaeopolis (Tsikhegoji) – capital of the Kingdom of Egrisi (Lazica). Site is located in West Georgia, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti municipality.
Dzalisi archaeological site is located in Inner Kartli, East Georgia, where excavations revealed unique historical monuments of Hellenic and Roman period.
Armaziskhevi is an archaeological site in the old district of Mtskheta town, Georgia. Archaeological museum operating here integrates numerous important discoveries from the ancient history, until the early middle ages.
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.
Cave city of Uplistsikhe is the oldest among discovered urban settlements in Caucasus. Some archaeological layers belong to the iron age. Drive southeast from Gori, Shida Kartli and in 20 min you are there.