Monastery Of Zedazeni Overview
Nestled in the bosom of the Zedazeni mountains, the Monastery of Zedazeni is one of Georgia’s oldest religious structures. According to written history, the monastery had been established by one of the 13 Assyrian fathers who had migrated from Mesopotamia to Georgia in the 6th century, although the exact date of its construction remains unknown.

Although numerous raids across centuries have significantly impacted the structures within the monastery, an 8th century basilica, a bell tower, the fortress and the citadel here remain well preserved.

Location: Zedazeni Rd, Georgia
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