Katskhi Pillar Overview
Overlooking the quaint river valley of Katskhura, the Katskhi Pillar is a massive limestone monolith. Rising to a height of about 40 meters above ground, the Pillar is among the most venerated worship places to visit in Georgia.

The ruins of a 9th century church flank the top of the monolith. Apart from the ancient ruins, the Pillar also houses a Church dedicated to St. Maximus the Confessor, a burial vault and some wine cellars. The surreal Pillar is also a popular trekking spot, with its slope offering some of the most gorgeous uninterrupted views of the surrounding Georgian countryside.

Location: Katskhi, Georgia
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