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Ana J wrote a review Aug 2019
Tbilisi, Georgia7 contributions
This fortress is just before the bridge separating Samegrelo from Abkhazia. In addition to visiting the fortress, if you go on top of it you will have a great view on Abkhazian landscape. It is an abandoned fortress, therefore no working hours restrictions or entrance fees. If you are in Zugdidi, then it is a nice place to go.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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rttam wrote a review Jun 2017
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visited this restaurant for the first time on friday with my other half. we were seated straight away despite the restaurant clearly being extremely busy, the atmosphere was lovely and very relaxing, the staff especially our waiter Arron were very friendly and helpful and the food was lovely. will definately be back again!!
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Irakli T wrote a review Jun 2017
Zugdidi, Georgia53 contributions11 helpful votes
Rukhi Fortress Rukhi fortress was built by Levan Dadiani in 1647. It was an important fortification of Samegrelo. The fortress consisted of a citadel and lower court. The citadel is to the north with towers at both ends. The northeast tower, i.e. the main tower, contained a dungeon. The lower part of the fortress is blocked at a height of eight to ten meters, and on the top battle paths are arranged. The fortress entrance is situated on the top floor, built into the wall of the tower. Within the walls of the second and third floors there are built-in gun-port openings. The fortress is surrounded by a wall with height of ten to twelve meters. The French traveler Jean Chardin tells about one battle of the Rhuki fortress - in 1672, he was eyewitness to the invasion of by the Ottomans and described the battles in detail. In 1769, near the Rhuki fortress one of the episodes of Russian - Turkish war took place. In 1770, the combined forces of Georgians and Russians liberated the fortress from the Ottomans.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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davidsarg wrote a review Sep 2016
Plymouth, United Kingdom1 contribution
Came into the restaurant for the first time was our 12th year being together. Steven was brilliant and made sure our special day was excellent! And he didn't disappoint! Neither did the food! Fresh pasta was amazing. Shall be coming back again for sure!
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Date of experience: September 2016
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0308bradb wrote a review Aug 2016
Plymouth, United Kingdom1 contribution
Such an enjoyable family meal from start to finish. As soon as we walked in everyone was faultless, From front of house to our waitress, the food was excellent, compliments to the chefs.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Frequently Asked Questions about Rukhi Fortress

  • Rukhi Fortress is open:
    • Sun - Sat 12:00 am - 11:59 pm