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Mtskheta-Mtianeti – a region easily accessible from Tbilisi, which will surprise you by offering an unlimited number of tourist destinations, diverse natural beauty, and historical sites, that will leave a long-lasting impression on you.

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Mtskheta-Mtianeti is not only ancient monuments, but also Mtskheta, Zedazeni, Samtavro, or castles: Ananuri, Zakagori, Arshi Fortress, Mukhrani, Bebri’s Fortress and Ksani, magnificent valleys Truso, Sno, Pshav-Khevsureti, Roman mosaics in Dzalisi, fortress-villages Shatili and Mutso, museums Stepantsminda (history), Chargali (Vazha-Pshavela), Saguramo (Ilia Chavchavadze), Sioni, Zhinvali, Bazaleti and many other sights....
Mtskheta-Mtianeti is a region located in the northern part of Eastern Georgia. The lowest point above sea level is Mtskheta 480 m. While the glorious Mkinvartsveri (Mount Kazbek) is located at 5054 meters. The total area is 5,800 sq.m., which is 8.3% of the territory of Georgia. According to the 2014 census, 108,800 people live here, that is 2.6% of the Georgian population. The population density is 18.6 people per sq.m..
The region includes: Dusheti, Tianeti, Mtskheta and Kazbegi municipalities. The administrative center is Mtskheta, 24 km from Tbilisi. It is an ancient city (the old capital city of Georgia) and the current spiritual and cultural center of the region.
Mtskheta-Mtianeti is bordered by Shida Kartli, Kakheti, Tbilisi, and to the north by the Russian Federation (North Ossetia, Ingushetia, Chechnya).
There are two cities (Mtskheta, Dusheti), five small towns (Zhinvali, Pasanauri, Tianeti, Sioni, Stepantsminda) and 483 villages.
Many valleys of Mtskheta-Mtineti had border-protection functions, which had an impact on architecture and culture, rules and traditions. Mtskheta-Mtianeti is equally attractive for climbers or extreme adventure seekers, for those who are interested in history and customs, lovers of traditional cuisine, mountain-skiing, natural monuments and amazing places.

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