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  • Mtskheta-Mtianeti
  • Racha
  • Svaneti
  • Samtskhe-Javakheti
  • Shida Kartli
  • Tusheti

Adjara


Adjara is located in the southwestern corner of Georgia, bordered by Turkey to the south and the eastern end of the Black Sea.

Here is the main sightseeing of Adjara:

  • Batumi dolphinarium
  • The Statue of Love sculpture
  • Gonio Fortress
  • Petra Fortress
  • Botanical garden
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Guria


Guria is bordered by Samegrelo to the north-west, Imereti to the north, Samtskhe-Javakheti to the east, Ajaria to the south, and the Black Sea to the west. Guria consists of three administrative districts: Ozurgeti, Lanchkhuti, Chokhatauri. Ozurgeti is the administrative center of the region.

Here is the main sightseeing of Guria

  • The Church of Archangels of Jumati
  • Erketi Church
  • Likhauri Church
  • Jikheti Monastery
  • Shemokmedi Monastery Complex
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Imereti


Imereti (Georgian: იმერეთი) 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. Imereti consists of the following administrative-territorial units: Kutaisi, Tskhaltubo, Vani, Zestafoni Samtredia, Chiatura Sachkhere, Baghdati, Terjola, Khoni, Tkibuli, Kharagauli. The administrative center is Kutaisi.

Here is the main sightseeing of Imereti:

  • Bagrat
  • Gelati monastery complex
  • Mgvimevi Orthodox Monastery
  • Katskhi Church
  • Pole of Katskhi
  • Motsameta church
  • Sataplia
  • Cave of Prometheus (Cave Kumistavi)
  • Ubisi
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Kakheti


Kakheti is bordered by the Russian Federation to the Northeast, Azerbaijan to the Southeast, and the Georgian regions of Mtskheta-Mtianeti and Kvemo Kartli to the west. Kakheti is bordered by the Russian Federation to the Northeast, Azerbaijan to the Southeast, and the Georgian regions of Mtskheta-Mtianeti and Kvemo Kartli to the west.

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Kvemo Kartli


Kvemo Kartli (Lower Kartli, Georgian: ქვემო ქართლი) is located to the south from Tbilisi. The region has good communication links - the main motor road and railway line connect Tbilisi with Armenia and Azerbaijan via Kvemo Kartli. Rustavi is the administrative center of the region.

Here is the main sightseeing of Kvemo Kartli:

  • The Algeti National Park
  • Betania
  • The Bolnisi Sioni Temple
  • The Tsugrugasheni Church
  • Dmanisi
  • Manglisi Sioni
  • Martkopi Gvtaeba
  • Kveshi Fortress
  • Tandzia
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Samegrelo


Samegrelo is bordered Abkhazia to the north-west, Svaneti to the north, Imereti to the east, Guria to the south and the Black Sea to the west. Zugdidi is the administrative center of the region.

Here is the main sightseeing of Samegrelo:

  • Dadiani palace
  • Nokalakevi
  • The Church of Martvili
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Mtskheta-Mtianeti


Mtskheta-Mtianeti is bordered by Russia to the north, Shida Kartli and Kakheti to the north. The military road of Georgia, which stretches from Tbilisi to the Russian border, runs across this region. Mtskheta is the administrative center of the region.

Here is the main sightseeing of Mtskheta-Mtianeti:

  • Ananuri complex
  • Vedza
  • Gergeti Sameba (Trinity)
  • Jvari monastery
  • Lomisi
  • Mutso
  • Samtavro
  • Shatili
  • Shiomgvime monastic complex
  • Svetitskhoveli
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Racha


Racha Racha (also Ratcha, Georgian: რაჭა) is a highland area in western Georgia, located in the upper Rioni river valley and hemmed in by the Greater Caucasus mountains. Under Georgia's current subdivision, Racha is included in the Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti region (mkhare) as the municipalities of Oni and Ambrolauri.

Here is the main sightseeing of Racha:

  • Barakoni
  • Nikortsminda
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Svaneti


Svaneti (Georgian: სვანეთი Svaneti) is a historic province in Georgia, in the northwestern part of the country. Surrounded by 3,000–5,000 meter peaks, Svaneti is the highest inhabited area in the Caucasus. Four of the 10 highest peaks of the Caucasus are located in the region. The highest mountain in Georgia, Mount Shkhara at 5,201 meters is located in the province. Prominent peaks include Tetnuldi, Mount Ushba and others.

Situated on the southern slopes of the central Greater Caucasus, Svaneti extends over the upper valleys of the Rioni, Enguri and Tskhenis-Tsqali. Geographically and historically, the province has been divided into two parts—Upper Svaneti (Zemo Svaneti) and Lower Svaneti (Kvemo Svaneti).

Svanetia is known for their architectural treasures and picturesque landscapes. The famous Svanetian towers erected mainly in the 9th-12th centuries, make the region's villages more attractive. In the province are dozens of Georgian orthodox churches and various fortified buildings. Architectural monuments of Upper Svanetia are included in a list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Here is the main sightseeing of Svaneti:

  • Ushguli
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Samtskhe – Javakheti


Samtskhe–Javakheti is a region in southern Georgia. It is bordered by Guria and Imereti to the north, Kartli to the north – east and to the east, Armenia and Turkey to the south and Ajara to the west. Akhaltsikhe is the administrative center of the region.

Akhaltsikhe (Georgian: ახალციხე, literally new castle); also known as Lomsia, is a small city in Georgia's southwestern region of Samtskhe-Javakheti. Established around 800 years ago, it has had Georgian, Ottoman, Russian and Soviet rulers.

The city is situated on both banks of the river Potskhovi, which separates the old city in the north and new in the south. The old city houses a 13th-14th century fortress, a mosque and a church.

Here is the main sightseeing of
Samtskhe-Javakheti:

  • Abastumani (observ.)
  • Atskuri Fortress
  • Borjomi park
  • Chulevi Monastery
  • Khertvisi Fortress
  • Mtsvane (Green) Monastery
  • Oqros Tsikhe Castle
  • Rabati Complex
  • Sapara Monastery
  • Slesa Castle
  • Timotesubani
  • Tmogvi Fortress
  • Tsunda Church
  • Vanis Kvabebi
  • Vardzia
  • Zarzma Monastery
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Shida Kartli


Shida Kartli, as historical province, is located between Likhi Range and river Aragvi. Gori is the administrative center of the region.

Here is the main sightseeing of Shida Kartli:

  • Ateni Sioni
  • Gori Fortress
  • Ikort'a church
  • Kvatakhevi monastery complex
  • Kintsvisi monastery
  • Rkoni monastery complex
  • Samtavisi
  • Uplistsikhe
  • The Urbnisi monastery
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Tusheti


Tusheti protected territories are located in the extreme north-eastern part of the Georgia, on the borderline with the Russian Federation. It consists of three categories of preserved territory - a state sanctuary, a National park and a protected landscape.

From endemic species widely spread in Tusheti, there are: Tusheti aconite, barberries, bluebell (Campanula), Georgian nuts, starling (Pancratium), Tusheti rosehip (Rosa tuschetica), black or Raddle birch (Betula raddena), arum (Fritillaria caucasica), primrose (Primula juliae), et al.

Tusheti is distinguished with specifics and unique character of historical and architectural monuments, folk handicrafts, traditions and ethnic culture, agriculture (especially livestock).

Here is the main sightseeing of Tusheti:

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