Prometheus Cave is located in the Imereti region, the municipality of Tskhaltubo.
Its length is 1.8 km.
Within 1 hour will pass through the fabulous halls of the Argonauts, Colchis, Medea, Love, Prometheus and Iberia, as well as, at the request of visitors, on foot or by boat, a 15-minute walk along the Kumi River.
Sataplia is located in the Imereti region, the municipality of Tskhaltubo, where traces of both wild and herbivorous dinosaurs were found.
Family-friendly, easy walking trails allow you to see the building for preserving dinosaur footprints, a unique karst cave, an exhibition hall, the relict forest of Colchis and the habitat of wild bees, as well as a panoramic view of the Imereti region.
We will also visit:
Bagrati Temple (X-XI century), buildings included in the complex:
Assumption Church, fence, three-story tower, western and eastern gates, as well as surviving details and fragments of the temple facades and internal walls in the courtyard.
Gelati Monastery Complex:
(XII century), buildings included in the complex: the main church of the Assumption, St. St. George's Church, St. St. Nicholas Church, bell tower, academy, fence.
The architectural complex of Motsameta (XI century), a complex of buildings: a church, a bell tower, two towers, a fence and the leader’s house. In the Temple of Martyrs, on the left side of the altar, the imperishable remains of saints dedicated to the Motherland and faith - David and Constantine - rest. On the day of their commemoration, October 15, the monastery annually celebrates the day of martyrdom (maturity). The tradition has been known since the 18th century.