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“The best place to see the Georgian wine making tradition. You can see and taste the best wine in here. There are a lot of places to visit here, for example: Tusheti, Alaverdi monastery, Ikalto monastery, Nekresi monastery, Gremi monastery, Bodbe monastery, Gurjaani Kvelatsminda Monastery, Signagi, Kvareli lake, Lopota lake, Lagodekhi nachional park and many more places.”
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Museum
“Visit the beautiful home of Alexander Chavchavadze, his grounds and the winery”
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Premise
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Monastery
“Cave monastery complex. 160 km from Tbilisi. You need to rent a car, driver or join a group to go there.”
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Place of Worship
“Nekresi Monastery which has survived in Alazani river valley consists of several cult structures of different times. The earliest one is a small church built in the early 4 th century. It was built soon after the declaration of Christianity the official religion of the country. ”
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Lodging
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Restaurante
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“What to Do in Sighnaghi, Georgia (The Country)’s City of Love Sighnaghi is a small town in Kakheti province, the eastern-most region of the country of Georgia. Its population is approximately 3,000. Sighnaghi is unique because it has fortress walls surrounding the city, which have been well-preserved. Sighnaghi is also a Georgian town that is working to be a center of tourism and is known as Georgia’s city of love. Here is what to do in Sighnaghi, the city of love.”
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Point of Interest
“From Freedom Square you can go up along Leonidze street where on its right, at the distance of 20-30 meters you can see the building of the National Bank of Georgia - the former Mutual Credit Society. The buil-ding was erected in 1913 (architect M.Oga-janov). Abbreviated names of the organi-zation - the first owners of that credit de-partment has been preserved - T.O.B.K.- (Tbi-lisi Mutual Credit Society). When Soviet po-wer was established the building was con-fiscated and given to the State Bank. In 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union it was partly damaged and then restored. At first it was a two-storey building, in 1959-1960 a third storey was added to it. Its main facade facing the street is in "mo-dern" style. The facade is decorated with relief ornament and figure compositions. One can see two figures of naked athletes as if rising from the wall surface and over the arc there is a picture alto-relievo of a man.. ”
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Museum
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Bus Station