Georgian capital Tbilisi is a magnificent and miraculous city, with modern European features and an incredible architecture combined with remarkable examples of old Georgian city. All this is encompassing major events of Georgian history and makes indispensable impression on all visitors. The most astonishing feature of current Tbilisi is its self-confident reinforcement of odl traditions and modern values. Tbilisi is really an amazing city, being a cultural, political, socioeconomic cosmopolitan centre of the whole Caucasus area, and it is often considered as the mother city of ancient state of Georgia.
Metechi Church (12th -13th cc) built under King Demetre the 2nd’s order. The original monastery construction was raised back in the 5th century. This place and surrounding areas have long been considered religious and royal sites, commemorating the fact that King’s dynasty lived in the palace, nearby the church in 12th century.
Sioni Cathedral (7th -19th cc) monument, constructed in 500 AD. The cathedral of the temple has been damaged multiple times through its history. Nevertheless, with all the chaos and destructions, Sioni has survived and is still perceived to be a symbol for the Tbilisi.
Narikala Fortress (4th c) – City’s main citadel, overlooking the old downtown Tbilisi, and a primary destination for new arrivals to Tbilisi. Over the centuries Narikala fortress has played a vital role for the city, being a strategic point for defending the capital against invaders and was continuously reconstructed to previous fortification.