Mgvimevi Orthodox Monastery is located in the western of Georgia, in the valley Kvirila, near the village of Mgvimevi, east of Chiatura. In the monastery is a narrow and fairly long staircase, passing that, you can get into the tunnel. The monastery complex consists of many buildings. The main temple is named after the Savior. The facade of the main temple is decorated with crosses and engravings. Painted frescos from the 13th century are still visible on the northern wall of the temple, while paintings on the southern side date back to the 16th century. The front door is a unique masterpiece of wood carving.
Address: Georgia, Tbilisi