|Devis Khvreli Cave (“The Giant’s Hole” Cave)|
Devis Khvreli (“The Giant’s Hole”) is a cave in the Khandebi Rock located on the bank of the Chkherimela River near the village of Lashe. The cave is karst origin. The height of the entrance of the cave is 5 meters, the depth is 40 meters and the width 4 meters.
Archeological excavations performed there in 1926–31 revealed there ancient human settlements from Upper Paleolithic period. The archeologists found a flint, obsidian tools, anvil, and other objects. They also found half of a human jaw with two teeth. The scientist G.Nioradze associated the remains with Aurignacian culture and with the ancient Capsian culture.