Tbilisi's colourful Old Town is a joy to explore.
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Gelati is one of the the country's most famous monasteries.
Khachapuri is a popular traditional snack, a waistline-increasing combination of melted cheese and warm bread.
Known as the Atlantic City of the Black Sea, Batumi is Georgia's most up-and-coming town.
Founded by St Joseph, Alaverdi was raised in the early 11th century, one of the largest medieval churches built in Georgia.
One of Georgia's most evocative cave cities, Uplistsikhe was a religious centre by 1000BC.
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Caucasian snowcock is just one species of bird that can be found in Georgia.
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Hiking to the Gergeti Church is a must for visitors to the town.
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Inhabited at various times by Persians, Tatars, Jews and Armenians, Tbilisi's Old Town is an intriguing array of architectural styles.
Batumi's Ali and Nino statue is named after the romantic novel by Kurban Said, comprising two human forms that move together and become one.
Tiny Zhabeshi is one of the many picturesque hamlets you'll encounter while hiking in the Caucasus.
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The spa town of Borjomi offers both gorgeous mineral waters and a bracing mountain atmosphere.
Narikala Citadel was built in about AD360 by the Persians (who called it Shuris-tsihke), expanded by King David the Builder and restored by Mustafa Pasha’s Turks in the second half of the 16th century, before being ruined by an earthquake in 1827.
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