Zemo Khevi Destination Guide
Touring Zemo Khevi in Georgia.
Zemo Khevi in the region of Ajaria is located in Georgia - some 137 mi (or 220 km) West of Tbilisi, the country's capital city.
Time in Zemo Khevi is now 04:42 PM (Monday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Tbilisi" with an UTC offset of 4 hours. Depending on your travel resources, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Adıyaman Province, Grozny, Zugdidi, Zestap'oni, Uchkho or Kars. Being here already, consider visiting Zhanivri, Zemo Khevi, Zamleti, Kvemo Vashlovani, Varjanauli and Akhaldaba. We collected some hobby films in the internet. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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Interesting facts about this location
Shuakhevi is a small town in Georgia's autonomous region of Ajaria, 67 km east to the regional capital Batumi. Situated on the right bank of the Adjaristsqali River, it is an administrative center of Shuakhevi District, which comprises the town itself and 68 adjoining mountainous villages. The area of the district is 588 km²; population – 21,850 (est. 2002). Near the town are the ruins of a medieval fortress.
Located at 41.68, 42.18 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
Khulo is a townlet in Adjara, an autonomous republic in southwest Georgia, 88 km east to the regional capital Batumi, in the upper valley of Adjaris-tsqali. The town and adjoining 77 villages form the mountainous Khulo District. Area – 710 km; population – 33,430 (2002). The town, formerly known as Khula, was a merchant place located on a medieval road that linked Samtskhe-Javakheti to the Black Sea coast.
Located at 41.68, 42.18 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 7 mi away.
Machakheli, is a historical geographical area and long valley along the river Machakhlistskali between Turkey and Georgia. There are 23 settled villages in this valley. The area had been part of the Georgian kingdom until its fragmentation in the late 15th century. Then it passed to the semi-independent princes of Samtskhe (also known effectively as Saatabago for the rule of atabegs from the Jaqeli family), who submitted to the Ottoman sultan Mehmed II in 1479.
Located at 41.68, 42.18 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 10 mi away.
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