Ubisa is an early feudal times Orthodox monastery on Rikoti Pass, near Kharagauli town, in the region of Imereti. Camouflaged by dense trees, the modest in size monastery, is distinguished for its frescoes by artist Damiane 14th c.
Located in the middle of lashed forested mountains, Martkopi Ghvtaeba Monastery is easy to reach from the villages of Norio and Martkopi. Monastery is connected to St. Anton, who arrived in Georgia in the 6th century to preach orthodox Christianity.
Tsughrughasheni St. George Cross church is prominent for its elegant proportions and stone carving around the dome. Constructed in Bolnisi Municipality, this 13th c architecture monument charms visitors with high artistry and architectural value.
Nekresi is a monastic complex located on the top of a mountain in the river Alazani Valley, Kakheti region. It is one of the earliest Christian monuments in Georgia and includes several structures built in different periods.
Kintsvisi Monastery is located in the Shida Kartli region, eastern Georgia, in the Dzama gorge. The monastery is notable for housing unique examples of medieval mural art of St. Nicholas church, dated back to the 12th-13th centuries.
Bodbe Monastery of St. Nino is a Georgian Orthodox monastic complex near town Signagi, Kakheti province. This place is thought to be the place where evangelist St. Nino lived and died in the 4th century.
Betania Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary is a remarkable medieval monument, notable for its wall paintings, masterpiece of “Georgian Renaissance” which include portrayals of Lady King Tamar and monarchs of Bagrationi dynasty.