Things to do in Akhaltsikhe

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Things to Do in Akhaltsikhe

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  • seems2013
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates145 contributions
    A castle with an Orthodox Church, Ottoman period mosque, madarasa, Russian Pavillion , situated surrounded by a silent old city dating back to the 9th century. Very recently renovated but still the place retains its authenticity and clearly depicts the various historical footprints during the Roman, Christian, Ottoman and Russian influences.
    Written 28 February 2022
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  • Phillip8789
    Terrigal, Australia732 contributions
    A winding road up to the Monastery which is located high on a hill, isolated and still occupied by Monks.

    The opportunity was provided to visit the Church. The frescoes were unbelievable and still remarkably intact, considering that they date back to the 9th Century', so I believe.

    There was a wonderful, serene atmosphere as we walked around the Monastery. The views over the valley and surrounding countryside were spectacular.

    Another unique Georgian Monastery, located in another unique location.
    Written 24 November 2019
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  • 784iral
    82 contributions
    It is a little hard to find. A ten minute walk from the Fort/Rabat. The caretaker was pleased to show us around - he does not speak english. This old synagogue is kept up and preserved. A pleasure to view the synagogue. Note there is a Mikvah (ritual bath) behind the synagogue. It is not in good repair, but testifies to the once vibrant community. There is a second synagogue across the street. It is in disrepair but is is not locked.
    Written 28 August 2019
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