Georgia, 1999

Georgia nestles between Russia, Turkey, Chechnya, Armenia and Azerbaijan putting it right at the border between Europe and Asia.

At its north and south borders you find some impressively large mountains called the Caucus (the Lesser Caucus to the south). We travelled around quite a lot, as you can see, and managed to see Tbilisi, the capital, and some of the beautiful scenery in the north.

But a picture, he said in a cliched manner, paints a thousand words, so on with the photos. I may add a little commentary later, but for now it’s just the pictures.

Click the small pictures below for a full size version. All the full size pictures are optimised for a 1024×768 display and are in 24-bit colour.

Church on the route from Tbilisi to Alvani. Its name es Another view of the same church. Another view of the church on the way to Alvani This is another church on the same route. I can't remem
This is the inside of the same church. Alvani high street Yet another church! A waterfall in the Lagodechi National Park
View of a church from another Another church on a big hill A view from a church on the way to Gudauri. On the way up to the Kobi Pass
Coming down from the Kobi Pass (around 3000 metres) A shrine of some kind in the Truso Gorge I think this is the Tsminda Sameda Church. It's Mount K View of Tbilisi

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