Georgia

“Ananuri Castle” by Jonin Marie Gargoles

You cannot skip Ananuri Castle on your way to the town of Kazbegi. This complex on the Aragvi River is one of the best-protected monuments in Georgia. It is located in 70 kilometres from Tbilisi and this place will make you feel special by its beautiful nature and the taste of an ancient history. This medieval monument, which is very well preserved, was originally used for a military purpose and only later it became the residence of the Dukes of Aragvi, from the 13th century.

Ananuri, a castle complex perched along the turquoise waters of the Aragvi River, is a prime example of Georgia’s unique blended architectural aesthetic. It was home to the Aragvi feudal dynasty during the 18th century, and was the staging grounds of numerous battles that Georgians both won and lost.

It’s a miracle the complex still stands today, given all the battles it hosted. The fortress, which dates to the 17th century, bore witness to centuries of battles, the massacre of the Aragvi clan, multiple peasant revolts, and fire. After surviving hundreds of years of turmoil, the complex eventually fell out of use in the 19th century.

Contact Person :

I could recommend the BEST TOUR GUIDE OF GEORGIA

Name : Mama “GIA BULAURI”

Contact Number/Whatsapp : +995 593 000370

“He is very personable, friendly, and above all, so passionate about traveling and sharing his country to us that his enthusiasm overflows like water from a ruptured fire hydrant. As a guest, I can sense his excitement and it is infectious. I’ll leave the tour feeling like I just hung out with a long time friend and I can’t wait to go back. If all tour guides are GREAT like Mama Gia, I’d gladly take more tours!”

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