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Zemo-Chocheti in the region of Georgia (general) is a place located in Georgia - some 29 mi (or 47 km) North-West of Tbilisi, the country's capital.
Local time in Zemo-Chocheti is now 05:45 PM (Tuesday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Tbilisi" with an UTC offset of 4 hours. Depending on your mobility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Tabriz, Erzurum, Vladikavkaz, Grozny, Cherkessk or Gyumri. When in this area, you might want to check out Zemo Khandaki, Zemo-Chocheti, Niabi, Mtiultubani, Metekhi and Teliani as well. We found some clips posted online. 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
For other uses, see Victoria Kaspi (born 1967), an American/Canadian astrophysicist. See Caspians for the ancient people. Kaspi is a town in central Georgia on the Mtkvari River. It is a center of Kaspi district, one of the four districts in Shida Kartli region. Founded in the early Middle Ages, the town turned into possession of the Amilakhvari noble family in the 15th century. Kaspi officially acquired a town's status in 1959 and, as of 2002, had the population of 15,200.
Located at 41.9, 44.34 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 4 mi away.
Samtavisi is an eleventh-century Georgian Orthodox cathedral in eastern Georgia, in the region of Shida Kartli, some 45km from the nation’s capital Tbilisi. The cathedral is now one of the centers of the Eparchy of Samtavisi and Gori of the Georgian Orthodox Church. The cathedral is located on the left bank of the Lekhura River, some 11km of the town of Kaspi.
Located at 41.9, 44.34 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 8 mi away.
Uplistsikhe (Georgian: უფლისციხე; literally, "the lord's fortress") is an ancient rock-hewn town in eastern Georgia, some 10 kilometers east of the town of Gori, Shida Kartli. Built on a high rocky left bank of the Mtkvari River, it contains various structures dating from the Early Iron Age to the Late Middle Ages, and is notable for the unique combination of various styles of rock-cut cultures from Anatolia and Iran, as well as the co-existence of pagan and Christian architecture.
Located at 41.9, 44.34 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 11 mi away.
Mount Didgori, 1647 m, is situated some 40 km west of Georgia’s capital Tbilisi in the eastern part of the Trialeti Range, which is part of the Lesser Caucasus. It was a site of the celebrated victory won by the Georgian king David IV over the Seljuk armies on August 12, 1121. The battlefield extends for several kilometers and is covered by abundant subalipine meadows.
Located at 41.9, 44.34 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 13 mi away.
Kldekari is a mountain (2000 m. ) and rocky pass in the Trialeti range, southeastern Georgia. In the vicinity are the ruins of a medieval fortress, also called Kldekari.
Located at 41.9, 44.34 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 14 mi away.
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