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Discover K'vemo Nak'alak'ari in Georgia

K'vemo Nak'alak'ari in the region of Mtskheta-Mtianeti is a place located in Georgia - some 20 mi or ( 32 km ) North-East of Tbilisi , the country's capital .

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Local time in K'vemo Nak'alak'ari is now 06:22 PM (Wednesday) . The local timezone is named " Asia/Tbilisi " with a UTC offset of 4 hours. Depending on your mobility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Tabriz, Erzurum, Vladikavkaz, Grozny, and Cherkessk. When in this area, you might want to check out Tabriz . We discovered some clip posted online . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Are you looking for some initial hints on what might be interesting in K'vemo Nak'alak'ari ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


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Грузия

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Израильские туристы в Грузии Сванети. www.georgia.travel ..

Road to Kakheti

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Scenes of our drive to the Kakheti region ..


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Interesting facts about this location

Battle of Martqopi

The Battle of Martqopi was a 1625 military confrontation between Georgia and Iran. The Georgians' 15,000 men strong force, led by general Giorgi Saakadze, annihilated a 30,000 men strong Iranian detachment of Shah-Abbas I. In spring 1625, in order to avoid a forthcoming revolt, Shah-Abbas I sent 60,000 of his troops into Georgia under the orders of Qarciha-Khan. He attempted to carry out the policy of wholesale massacre and deportation in Kartli.

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Located at 41.79 45.02 (Lat./Long.); Less than 18 km away
Tags: 1625 in Europe, Battles involving Georgia (country), Battles involving the Safavid dynasty, Conflicts in 1625

Tianeti

Tianeti is a town in east-central Georgia, in the Caucasus Mountains. It is located at around {{#invoke:Coordinates|coord}}{{#coordinates:42|6|34|N|44|57|19|E| | |name= }}. Tianeti is the administrative center of Municipality of Tianeti, which also comprises the town of Sioni and 43 neighbouring villages (total area – 907 km²; population – 13,400, 2002 est.). It was known as Tionets during the Russian Empire's rule.

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Located at 42.11 44.96 (Lat./Long.); Less than 18 km away
Tags: Cities and towns in Mtskheta-Mtianeti

Matani

Matani is a village in the Kakheti region, Georgia. In the village is a 5th-century basilica, Tskhrakara (literally, the Nine Gates) and the ruins of an old palace of the Cholokashvili noble family. The village is also home to several traditional religious festivals throughout a year, particularly Didbatonoba (local celebration of St George's Day, November 23), Iakharoba (autumn), and Tsikhegoroba (local variant of Easter Tuesday holiday).

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Located at 42.08 45.20 (Lat./Long.); Less than 21 km away
Tags: Populated places in Kakheti

Mutso

Mutso is a small village in Georgia. One of the former strongholds of the historic Georgian province of Khevsureti (now part of Mtskheta-Mtianeti region), it is located on a rocky mountain (1880 m) on the right bank of the Andakistskali river (ანდაქისწყალი).

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Located at 41.78 45.15 (Lat./Long.); Less than 22 km away
Tags: Populated places in Mtskheta-Mtianeti

2009 Georgian mutiny

The 2009 Georgian mutiny was a mutiny by a Georgian Army tank battalion based in Mukhrovani, Georgia, 30 kilometres east of the capital Tbilisi on 5 May 2009. It is not yet known how many soldiers took part. Later that day, the Georgian Ministry of Interior announced that the mutineers had surrendered. Some of its leaders, including the battalion's commander, were arrested; others managed to escape.

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Located at 41.78 45.15 (Lat./Long.); Less than 22 km away
Tags: 2009 in Georgia (country), Conflicts in 2009, Military history of Georgia (country), Mutinies