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Dedoplistskaro

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dedoplistskaro

Dedeplistskaro municipality in Georgia is one of the biggest and at the same time one of the most sparsely populated. There are only 15 villages. District essentially consist of steppe and semi-desert, only one small section between Dedeplistskaro and Signahi is inhabited.It makes sense to come to these places for those who are interested in the steppe as a natural phenomenon.

Lagodekhi

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Lagodekhi

Lagodekhi is a small town located 38 km north-east of the station-Tsnoris Tskhali  (final railway destination of line Tbilisi - Telavi), its center is in the Kakheti region of Georgia, which is located on the river Lagodekhi. Population - 7.5 thousand people. There are tobacco and wine factories, cannery, oil corps and fruit and berry factories in Lagodekhi. Agricultural college is also situated in the town.

Zugdidi

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Zugdidi

Located on the Colchis lowland 30 km from the Black Sea near the border with Abkhazia Zugdidi is one of the five largest cities of Georgia . Its population is over 70,000. The city is rather young although it is situated in the western part of Georgia, in Colchis whose history is very old. Therefore there is a huge number of interesting ancient monuments in the surroundings of Zugdidi.

Bakuriani

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Bakuriani

Bakuriani is one of the most wonderful winter resorts in the world. Abundant sunshine, high mountainous climate, average snowfall, 12 ski tracks of different level of difficulty, exciting views, the famous Georgian cuisine, and family atmosphere – all of this makes the winter spent here memorable!

Gudauri

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Gudauri

Gudauri is a developing resort, fascinating visitors with its wealth of possibilities for an active holiday in the mountains, unparalleled views, beautiful colors, cheerful atmosphere, and the warm welcome which awaits its guests. The town is located 120 kilometers from Tbilisi, near Cross Pass, at an altitude of 7205 feet above sea level. The ski season in Gudauri lasts from December to middle of April. The snow on the slopes gets up to 5 feet deep. The weather is always pleasant and sunny, despite the resort is situated high up in the mountains.

Signaghi

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signaghi

Signaghi, also known as “city of love”, is an ancient Georgian small town 100km from Tbilisi. What is Signaghi? Imagine a large mountain, rising alone in the center of a huge valley. On the mountain – city fortress, with stunning views of the Alazani Valley and in the distance – Main Caucasian ridge with snow-capped peaks. Here, to a natural fortress, the king of eastern Georgia, Irakli II, without violating freedom of kizik, relocated residents from different districts of Kakheti and Kartli. Since then, architecturally this mountain town with small, twisted streets resembles old Tbilisi, and by location –Jerusalem.

Borjomi

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Borjomi

Mineral water is one of the most significant elements, which is definitely interrelated with the history of the Borjomi canyon of Georgia. Of course, even without springs Borjomi would be a great resort place, thanks to a marvelous beauty of nature and the unique healing climate. But exactly mineral water of Borjomi was the reason that the town became famous worldwide.

Gori

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 House-museum Of Joseph Stali

Small Georgian town of Gori is situated on a beautiful Caucasian Kartli valley, near the fusion of the rivers- Kura and Liahvi. Gori is one of the ancient cities of Georgia, the first time historically it was mentioned in VI century. But this city has become famous because of one person, who was born here. His name is Joseph Dzhugashvili, better known as Joseph Stalin, who governed the Soviet Union from 1925 to 1953. Still the main street is named in his honor. And the city’s main attractions are associated with him- the house-museum of Joseph Stalin, his bronze sculpture located in the central square that bears his name.

Mtskheta

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Mtskheta

A holy place for each Georgian is the former capital of Georgia, Mtskheta, located 20 km from the present capital, Tbilisi. So many saints and interesting places like in Mtskheta, can’t be found in any other corner of Georgia. It was a reason that the ancient city was called “second Jerusalem”. And absolutely deservedly, as that was the place where St. Nina, one of the most honored shrines of Georgia, brought good news. Heaton-Lord –is the main Christian shrine, which is located in Mtskheta. Exactly here is preserved the main Christian cathedral of Georgia- Svetitskhoveli. This is the reason that Mtskheta is one of the holiest Christian cities. Here regularly come a huge amount of Christians on a pilgrimage, and not only from Caucasus, but from around the world.

Kazbegi

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 kazbegi

The small town Kazbegi, which today is considered to be a resort is located at the foot of Mount Kazbeg, near the Terek River, which is originated in Georgia. Mount Kazbek is one of the highest peaks not only in Georgia, but throughout the Caucasus, which is rich by majestic peaks. The very top of this extraordinary beauty mountain is covered by eternal snow and valley ice that regularly descend. The Mount Kazbek belongs to the lateral ridge of the Big Caucasus. The height of mountain reaches 5000 meters, this is the eastern peak. Western Mount of Kazbek is slightly lower, and at the same time, the western part – is a volcano extinct centuries ago.

Telavi

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Telavi

Telavi, Georgia is a historical region in eastern Georgia that is situated in Kakheti. A visit to Telavi can be an unforgettable experience because of its splendid mountain landscapes, great areas, antique world churches and monasteries, scenic valleys and rivers and home to juicy grapes that grows under the warmth of the sun. Telavi is not only a popular place among tourists, but it is also known worldwide as Georgia’s center for winemaking. A city that is situated at 490 meters above sea level, Telavi is open to fresh and clean air because of this.

Batumi

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Batumi

Batumi is a city on the Black Sea, full sightseeing places, which attracts more and more tourists from all over the world every year. Among such places should be noted Botanical Garden, which is the second largest botanical garden in Europe, a wonderful place for walking, in a sunny, hot day, and so during cloudy weather. Botanical Garden will connect you with nature, giving the feeling that you are walking in places where nature has remained in its state of innocence. Famous by everyone Dolphinarium, located in Batumi is another place that will give pleasure to you and your children. Nothing can touch the soul so much like gnashing of dolphin, its expressive eyes, mind, and intelligence and swimming with dolphins is a great experience that will leave a mark till the end of your life, you can be sure in it!

Kutaisi

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Kutaisi

Despite the fact that Kutaisi is the second capital of Georgia, the city is not so official and not so restrained in execution. It is filled with the aroma of life, adventure stories and impressions. Having been in Georgia, Kutaisi is simply impossible to delete from the list of places that deserve your attention.

Tbilisi

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Tbilisi

Old Tbilisi on the banks of the Kura River, now Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia, its culture, economic and political center, as well as a very interesting and diverse city. "Warm," in Georgian "tbili" Tbilisi is based on the hot sulfur springs. According to legend, that is always told by the locals to coming here people, once the king Vakhtang Gorgasali went on falconry. His bird rushed for a duck trying to escape into the reservoir, and both boiled in a hot spring. Whether excited king decided to immortalize the falcon in the history, whether was impressed by smelly steam - but Tbilisi appeared exactly here. Today terracotta dome baths border with modern business centers, but a spirit of old Tbilisi still exists.

 

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