Sioni Cathedral Overview
Sprawling along the right banks of the Kura river, the Sioni Cathedral is a prominent Orthodox church in Georgia. Following the medieval Georgian tradition of naming churches after places in the Holy Land, the Cathedral takes the name of Mount Zion in Jerusalem.

Built in the 5th century, the architecture of the Church reflects the typical medieval Georgian style of design. Two tall bell towers dominate the skylines of the church courtyard at either ends. The fantastically designed interiors of the Church feature ceiling murals, icons and frescoes.

Location: 3 Sioni St, Tbilisi, Georgia
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