Pshavi is located in the gorge of Aragvi, bordering foothills of Caucasus Mountains in the north, which separates the region from Khevsureti and Tusheti. Pshavi consists of two parts: Ukana Pshavi and Magharoskari Community. The height of the lands in Pshavi are among 1000-3000 meters high above sea level. Diverse nature, the main river of Pshavi – Aragvi, flowing from the high and grooved peaks of Caucasus, spectacular gorges, villages built according to the old traditional style and local culture amazes everyone visiting Pshavi. There are twelve communities in Pshavi and each one of them has its own prayer house – Icon. However, the main prayer house for all the twelve communities represents Lashari Cross. In Pshavi, all small stone-made prayer houses are considered to be the terrestrial adobes of the Son of God. Here people believe that these Icons once where alive, living in Pshavi and fighting against men’s enemies – demons and afterwards, they turned into Angels. Pshavi, with its rich culture, traditions and diverse nature attracts more and more visitors every year.

Pshavi

Pshavi is located in the gorge of Aragvi, bordering foothills of Caucasus Mountains in the north, which separates the region from Khevsureti and Tusheti. Pshavi consists of two parts: Ukana Pshavi and Magharoskari Community. The height of the lands in Pshavi are among 1000-3000 meters high above sea level. Diverse nature, the main river of Pshavi – Aragvi, flowing from the high and grooved peaks of Caucasus, spectacular gorges, villages built according to the old traditional style and local culture amazes everyone visiting Pshavi. There are twelve communities in Pshavi and each one of them has its own prayer house – Icon. However, the main prayer house for all the twelve communities represents Lashari Cross. In Pshavi, all small stone-made prayer houses are considered to be the terrestrial adobes of the Son of God. Here people believe that these Icons once where alive, living in Pshavi and fighting against men’s enemies – demons and afterwards, they turned into Angels. Pshavi, with its rich culture, traditions and diverse nature attracts more and more visitors every year.