The Alaverdi cathedral (ალავერდის მონასტერი in Georgian) lies 20km from Telavi, the regional capital. It's an 11th century cathedral built by King Kvirike of Kakheti. The cathedral is in a compound surrounded by walls. With a height of 55m it was the tallest religious building in Georgia, until the completion of the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi. The Gremi fortress is located on a small hill next to the Gremi village and contains a large cathedral, built in 1565 by king Levan of Kakheti. The Alazani river is originates in the Caucasus and flows eastwards for 351km until it reaches the Kura river.
01 Kakheti scenery 02 Dog 03 Panorama restaurant
04 Kakheti scenery 05 Stones 06 Alaverdi monastery
07 Alaverdi monastery 08 Alaverdi cathedral tower 09 Alaverdi monastery walls 10 Alaverdi monastery walls 11 Alaverdi monastery
12 Alaverdi monastery entrance 13 Alaverdi cathedral 14 Gremi fortress 15 Gremi cathedral 16 Gremi cathedral
17 Alazani valley
18 Alasani valley
19 Southern Kakheti plains 20 Road to David Gareja 21 Coffee beetle cafe
22 Coffee beetle cafe 23 Gareja dry rock cliffs
24 Gareja dry rock cliffs
25 Coffee beetle cafe 26 Gareja dry rock cliffs 27 Chaos cafe in Udabno
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