Mtianeti highlands in Kartli, north of Tbilisi, on the southern slopes of the Caucasus.
Khevi is a small historical-geographical region in northeastern Georgia, Mtskheta-Mtianeta region. Located on the northern slopes of the Greater Caucasus, includes three gorges of the rivers Truso, Tergi and Sno.
Ananuri architectural ensemble of the XVII century. Includes a tower, a small-domed church, a large-domed temple and a bell tower. The ensemble is located on the Zhinvali artificial pool.
Zioni Village (Stepanetsminda District) – Basil type churches built in the 10th – 11th centuries.
Dariali Canyon (Northern Gate of Georgia) – the first fortress was erected here in the first half of the 2nd century BC. Restored in the 5th century AD and redone in the 12th century.
14th century Holy Trinity Church Gergeti – One of the highest temples – Monastir in Gergeti was erected on a mountain 2170 m high – the Kazbegi region, the church and the bell tower were supposedly built in the XIVth century. The picturesque mountain Mkinvartsveri, the sixth tallest in the entire Caucasian ridge (5.047 m.), Creates a grandiose backdrop behind Monastir St. Trinity.