Svetitskhoveli Cathedral Overview
Dating back to the 11th century, the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral is among the most striking tourist attractions in Georgia. Considered a masterpiece of Middle Age architecture, Svetitskhoveli is now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Church is said to house the robes of Jesus Christ beneath its nave, making it a much sought-after religious destination. The outer walls of the Cathedral feature ornate stone carvings, while the interiors pride in its stunning frescoes. The Church itself is flanked by an expansive burial ground, where most of Georgia’s erstwhile monarch lay buried.

Location: Narekvavi-Mtskheta-Railway Station, Mtskheta, Georgia
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