Imereti is a region in Georgia situated along the middle and upper reaches of the Rioni river. Imereti is divided into two parts - the upper and lower Imereti. The administrative center is Kutaisi. Imereti consists of the following administrative-territorial units:
Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary constructed by the king of the Abkhaz and the Georgians, Bagrat III. It has been listed in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list since 1994.
Gelati monastery complex was founded by the king of Georgia, David IV Agmashenebeli. Since 1994 Bagrat cathedral has been listed in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list.
Motsameta church is located within 6 km distance from Kutaisi to the East, in the gorge of river Tskaltsitela. Motsameta has restarted its function in 1954.
The Katskhi Church of Saviour is located in the hamlet of Katskhi, in the gorge of river Katskhura, in Chiatura region. Cathedral was built at the beginning of XI century.
Pole of Katskhi is located in Western Georgia, on the urban territory of the town of Chiatura. It rises above the surface of the ground for 40 meters.
It is located in the western of Georgia, east of Chiatura. The monastery complex consists of many buildings. The main temple is named after the Savior.
It is located within the distance of 160 km to the West from Tbilisi. It consists of the church of St. George, 4-level tower with column, residue of the fence and lean-to of XVI century.
Mount Sataplia (Honey Mountain) is the ancient reserve in the West Georgia. You can see about 200 footprints of both carnivorous and herbivorous dinosaurs, the caves full of stalagmites and stalactites.
It is located near the town of Tshaltubo. The cave was discovered in 1984 by the Institute of Geography, but it was opened to visitors only May 26, 2011.
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