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Cable Cars in Chiatura

The city situated in a steep valley used to be an important mining town in the Soviet times. Nowadays you can still visit manganese and coal mines to watch the production process with your own eyes. However this is not the reason why most tourists want to visit Chiatura…it’s the public transport that attracts them. The cable cars built over 60 years ago are everywhere and they connect every corner of the city. Taking a ride above the town, enjoying amazing views and strolling around the city is an unforgettable experience.

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Katski Pillar

It is an impressive 40 meters tall, natural limestone pillar, located on the watershed of the Rivers Kackhura and Gvitori. In the Middle Ages it was hermits’ dwelling. There are two small churches on the upper platform of the pillar accessible through an iron ladder. Historians associate the construction of the chapel with asceticism. In the 6th century renunciation was very common in Asia and particularly in Syria which had close relations with Georgia.

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Tourist Routes

Do you want to see Imereti, but you do not know where to start from? We prepared for you trails around the region, which will lead you to interesting natural sites, historical monuments and cultural attractions. Following those paths you will visit true Imeretian “pearls” – thousand- year- old monasteries, historical buildings, amazing wonders of nature, including mountains, canyons, caves, waterfalls, rivers, lakes and you will come across many other attractions. You will also have an occasion to taste delicious Georgian food and wine. Have a look at our suggestions and go explore Imereti!

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