12 Stunning Photos That Will Make You Visit Georgia This Summer
10 February, 2017
12 Stunning Photos That Will Make You Visit Georgia This Summer
If you have not visited Georgia yet and wonder why you should put it on your travel list, then check out these 12 photos provided by Dubaiofw.com. As the article published on the website says, these images will convince you to plan your visit to Georgia for this summer.

Georgia is a country located along Caucasus Mountain Range at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe (Eurasia). From its cobbled pavements, to historical places to amaz
ing natural landscapes everything in Georgia is beautiful.

Georgia may not be everybody’s chosen destination but this country made me realize that traveling shouldn’t be that expensive. This place gave me a powerful feeling to conquer my doubts and fears. It opened my eyes to a different beauty this world has to offer. This country instilled an inspiration to chase a dream.

Here are 12 Photos that will Make you Plan your visit to Georgia this Summer

1. It is a hill above David Gareja Monastery. Make your visit complete by hiking up to the top of this semi-arid mountain. And when you reach the edge, you can throw out your hugot lines.

2. David Gareja Monastery is located at the Eastern part of Georgia bordering Azerbaijan. It is a monastery complex built during the 6th century. A visit here worth the bumpy-ride.

3. A picturesque skyline of Caucasus Mountain and Stepantsminda, the center of Kazbegi Municipality, North Georgia.

4. The Bridge of Peace at Night. A modern pedestrian bridge opened on May 2010 connecting the Old Tbilisi and new district over the Mtkvari River

5. Along the Georgian Military Highway is the medieval fortress of Ananuri alongside Lake Jinvali

6. Vardzia Cave Monastery is excavated from the Mountain of Erusheti in Southern Part of Georgia. King Tamar, the first woman ruler of Georgia has once lived here.

7. Tucked in a roadside near the Village of Keteresi and Abano are the Travertines of Georgia. These are formation of limestones.

8. The Narikala Fortress at night. If visiting ancient places is in your list, this fortress built during the 4th century is for you. You can walk around and even climb its walls.

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