Tbilisi: what to see
Narikala Fortress: the city’s main citadel, which dates from the 4th Century AD.
Sioni cathedral: of the 6th-7th c. Church of the Virgin. A relic of Christian Georgia, St. Nino’s Cross, is preserved here.
Mount Mtatsminda: (The Holy mountain) architectural and artistic symbol of Tbilisi, with the church of Father David, pantheon of famous writers and public figures, and a funicular on its slope.
Metekhi Church: a 13th-century cross-domed building which is part of the Metekhi Palace complex. It houses the grave of St. Shushanik.
Sulphur baths: a favourite place of Tbilisi citizens and foreign guests.
Anchiskhati: one of the most ancient basilicas, dating from the 6th century.
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