GORI & UPLITSIKHE & MTSKHETA
A trip to Gori-Uplistsikhe you will to visit from as Uplistsikhe cave town, Joseph Stalin’s home museum and Gori fortress.
In Mtskheta allows you to visit the oldest city in Georgia.
During the tour, you can enjoy a view of the mountains around the monastery and visit the Great Church of Svitkhouli and Samtavu Church, Mtktvari rivers.
Gori was founded by one of the greatest kings of Georgia, David IV (1089-1125).
Former Soviet leader Joseph Stalin was born in World War II and lived there until 1894. Stalin’s house has been turned into a museum, and a large statue of Stalin has been erected in the city of Gori, which has survived to this day.
Uplistsikhe is the name of one of the largest and oldest stone cities in the world. Uplistsikhe is an ancient city in Georgia formed by carving stones and is located 10 km east of the city of Gori in the province of Shida Kartli.
The city is built on a high cliff on the west bank of the Mtkvari River. Uplistsikhe This includes various structures – from the early Iron Age to the late Middle Ages. Also, the unusual combination of different styles of Anatolian stone engraving and the Iranian plateau, as well as the coexistence of Christian and non-Christian architecture, distinguishes this city from other stone cities in the world.
The capital of the Kingdom of Eastern Georgia is located in the state of Sheida Kartli. It is one of the oldest cities in Georgia. It was built in the second half of the first millennium BC by Jesus Christ.
The period of stubborn growth began in the early centuries of Christianity and continued until the sixth century AD. After the transfer of the capital to Tbilisi in the 6th century AD, it remains a major religious center, with numerous churches and cathedrals being built later.
Explorations in and around the city include valuable artifacts from the pre-Christian culture of Jesus Christ to the 1st to 6th centuries AD.
Departure TimeFROM 08:00 TO 08:30 AM
Dress CodeCamera , Comfortable athletic clothing , sport shoes , hat