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.
Medieval Fortress Khornabuji in Kakheti region of Eastern Georgia was a castle-town, founded in 5th century and kept its military function until the late middle ages.
Dzama Fortress is a remnant of a historical town of Mdzovreti – residence and political center of local Dzama Gorge in the medieval times.
Prominent for harvesting exclusive white wines Manavis Mtsvane, the Kakheti village Manavi is crowned by a medieval Fortress, St. Virgin Mary nativity temple of Manavi and St. George church.
Also known as Kojori, Agarani or Korogli Fortress - this medieval stronghold is located some 30 minutes' drive from Tbilisi center and is a perfect getaway from the city.
Khikhani medieval fortress in Khulo region is located on the top of a steep rocky cliff nearby Turkish border in the village of Khikhadziri, Adjara, Georgia.
Ruins of Zakagori Fortress is located at an elevation of 2243 meters in Truso Valley, on the left bank of river Terek, Khevi province.
Batonis Tsikhe, translated as The Master’s Fortress, was the residence of Kakheti Kings in the town Telavi, East Georgia. Today the fort houses a history museum.
The ancient Petra Fortress is located on the Black Sea cost in the village of Tsikhisdziri, Georgia
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.
City-fortress Ujarma is situated on the right bank of Iori river, in 45 km to the east of Tbilisi, Tsiv-Gombori Mountain Range, Sagarejo Municipality.
Tmogvi is a huge mediaeval fortress in the South-Georgia region of Samtskhe-Javakheti, on the left bank of the Kura River, a few kilometers downstream of the cave city of Vardzia.
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.
Gonio Fortress is the oldest well preserved fort in Georgia Black Sea coastline. The name derives from one of the characters of Greek myth of the Argonauts.
Khertvisi is among the oldest fortresses in Georgia and was functional throughout the feudal period. It is situated in Southern Georgia, Samtskhe-Javakheti region.