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Tour Info – Price 95 EUROS
Duration: Full Day
Ananuri is a fortress in Georgia that dates back to feudal times (16th-18th centuries) and is located near the eponymous village. It is located on the left bank of the Aragvi River. According to the inscription on a stone its construction was completed by Chief Judge Bardzimi in 1689. In the latter middle ages Ananuri served as the residence palace of Aragvi Eristavis and the center of Saeristavo.
Gergeti is an architectural complex encircled by a wall and located at 2200 meters above sea level. The complex consists of a domed church (built in 13330s), a bell tower (second half of the 14th century) and a council hall where the elders held meetings (15th century).
Historically Dariali Ravine was important place as the only available passage across the Caucasus and has been long fortified – at least since 150 BC.
Prices and Additional Info:
Tour for two-tree people – 95 euros for one person;
Tour for four-seven people – 85 euros for one person;
Tour for eight-ten and more people – 75 euros for one person;
Note: 20% discount for children (from 3-to 12-year-olds) non discount available for two-members tour. Babies are free from tax (from 1 to 2 year olds).
Tour can be organized with SUV type of vehicle;
Tour includes: transportation, driver/guide service.
Ananuri fortress is one of the most important architectural examples of ancient Georgia. It unites religious, military and secular monuments, represented by the fortress’s lower and upper parts. The former consists of Khevsurian tower, the Church of The Holy Godmother, the Church of the Deity, the Mkurnali Church, a belltower, monk cells and a water reservoir. The main structure of the complex is the Church of The Holy Godmother, which stands on the eastern side of Khevsurian tower.
There is Dariali Fortress which was built by King Vahtang Gorgasali. In 2005, construction work began on new monastery complex in the Dariali Ravine and in September 2011 the Catholicos Patriarch of all Georgia His Holiness and Beatitude Ilia II conducted the solemn liturgy in the newly opened monastery complex that is named after the Archangels Michael and Gabriel.