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Tusheti is one of the most beautiful highlander regions of Caucasus. Surrounded by high mountains and summits, Tusheti is grooved by numerous ravines, fabulous landscapes, pine forests and alpine meadows. Traditional, dry-built Tushetian houses and the well-preserved medieval towers give special beauty to the villages. The road to Tusheti starts from Kakheti and leads deep...
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Svaneti region is attached to the south part of Caucasus Mountains and represents one of the most beautiful regions of Georgia. Svaneti consists of two parts: Upper Svaneti and Lower Svaneti. It is surrounded by mountains of 5000 meters high, among which is the highest peak of Georgia – Shkhara (5201 m). Because of rich...
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Shida Kartli is situated in the central part of Georgia. The first Georgian kingdom called Iberia was formed on the territory of Shida Kartli. Archeological discoveries have proved that men lived in the territory as far back as the third millennium B.C. There are also tombs discovered in Shida Kartli, with bodies buried according to...
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Samtskhe-Javakheti consists of three geographical units, these are: Tori, Meskheti and Javakheti. Historical name of Borjomi gorge and its vicinity is called Tori. The city of Borjomi is Georgians beloved resort. It turned into a resort by the end of the 19th century, when it attracted interest of the Russian imperial family of the Romanovs....
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Samegrelo is situated in western Georgia, on the territory of Kolkheti National Park, well known from the myth about Argonauts and ancient powerful kingdom of Kolkheti. Samegrelo is a very diverse part of the country. It embraces Kolkheti Valley, the lowest part of Georgia with its swamps and water bodies as well as its mountainous...
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Racha is one of the highlander regions of Georgia, attached to the Caucasus Mountains in the north. Here is almost everything: mineral waters, summits always covered with snow, giant forests, alpine meadows and karst caves. Racha consists of two parts: Upper Racha (Oni region) and Lower Racha (Ambrolauri region). Racha is famous for its endemic...
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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...
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Kvemo Kartli occupies quite a vast territory of Georgia and is situated in the southeast part of the country. Metallurgical city of Rustavi built by Germans before the World War II belongs to Kvemo Kartli and is situated near Tbilisi. Bolnisi region, nowadays inhabited mostly by Azerbaijanis, is also very interesting. Until World War II,...
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Caucasus Mountain divides Khevsureti into two parts: northeast site or Pirikita Khevsureti and southwest site or Piraketa Khevsureti. Pirikita Khevsureti consists of Mighmakhevi, Shatili and Arkhoti gorges; Piraketa consists of Aragvi River Gorge. Khevsureti is amazing with its highlander and inaccessible villages and fortresses, mountains of 3000-4000 meters high above sea level, spectacular gorges, running...
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Khevi is located at the Northeastern part of Georgia, which you can reach by passing its neighbor region Mtiuleti. Mtiuleti starts from Ananuri Church and Fortress, where used to be the gorge of Aragvi, which today is replaced by Zhinvali Reservoir supplying Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, with drinking water. Here passes famous Georgian Military...
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Kakheti or the homeland of wine as it is often called, is the historic site of Georgia and is located in the Eastern part of it. Archeological excavations has proved Georgian wine to be the oldest in the world with its 8,000 years of history with no interruption of winemaking. Ancient Georgian method of winemaking...
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Imereti is located in the central part of west of Georgia and is divided into two parts: upper and lower Imereti. This site of Georgia is abundant with rivers, which is the reason of rich flora and fauna existing here. The capital of west Georgia is Kutaisi, which used to be the capital of old...
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Guria is situated in the west part of Georgia and consists of three parts. Partially Guria borders the Black Sea coastline, where resort of Ureki, famous for its magnetic sands having healing properties is located. Lake Paliastomi and its vicinity is fabulous, especially during the period of annual bird migration, when the lake attracts various...
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Adjara has been an autonomous republic of Georgia since 1921. Adjara is the region of Black Sea coast and borders Republic of Turkey in the south. There is only one Adjara marked on a map, but there are actually two different Adjaras. One of them is famous in whole Georgia, as the Black Sea coastline...
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Abkhazia is located in the westernmost part of Georgia. One side of the region is bordered with Caucasus Mountains and the other side – with Black Sea coast. Abkhazia is an autonomous republic of Georgia; however, nowadays region is occupied by Russia due to political conflicts between Russia and Georgia since war in Abkhazia in...
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