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Kakheti
Nekresi
ID - 9
The town of Nekresi was founded by King Parnajom in 2-1st centuries BC. In the 4th century AD King Trdat built a church in the town, which is now one of the oldest Christian churches in Georgia.
Kvareli
ID - 8
Nestled at the foot of the Caucasus, Kvareli is home to Georgia’s largest winery and one of the world’s largest wine cellars – an underground tunnel that can maintain the perfect temperature for Kakheti’ famous white wine,
Sighnagi
ID - 7
The name of the town comes from Turkish word “Siğnak” meaning a shelter – has had a rich history as a central hub for tradesmen and artisans.The winding cobblestone streets, Italianate architecture, and 18th century walls create a charming atmosphere. Down the hill from the main town are several historic churches. Stay the night and enjoy the hospitality of the innkeepers and restaurateurs.
Shuamta
ID - 15
There is a legend related to the construction of the temple: as a child, Lord Gurieli’s daughter Tinatin once dreamed that she would marry a prince in whose farmstead she would find a white cornel tree. She would have to build a Holy Virgin church there. Indeed, Tinatin married Kakhetian King Levan and her dream came true. After the queen died she was buried in the temple she had built herself.
Ikalto
ID - 14
Ikalto Monastery was founded by Assyrian Father Zenon in the 6thcentury. The 8-9th centuries witnessed construction of a new Transfiguration “Deity” temple. It is bordered by a smaller 6th century Trinity church from the East. In the 11-12th centuries an outstanding historical figure and tutor to Davit Aghmashenebeli,
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