The medieval stronghold of Mutso is an extraordinary fortified settlement that has been the most powerful outpost in North Georgia for centuries, controlling roads and protecting state borders from northern invasions.
Located in the southern part of Georgia, Atskuri Fortress was built in the 11th century. Situated near the Mtkvari River valley, once important and strategic route, Atskuri was a vital stronghold in medieval Georgia.
Mediaeval castle in Akhaltsikhe is situated on a rocky inn of Rabati district, on the left bank of the river Potskhovi. The Fortress comprises: historical part with watch towers, places of worship and castles, museum, hotel, amphitheater, café and souvenir shop.
Gori Fortress is a medieval citadel in Georgia, standing above the city of Gori on a rocky hill. The fortress first appears in the 13th century records but archaeological evidence shows that the area had already been fortified in the last centuries BC.