Uplistsikhe Overview
Commonly dubbed as the ‘Cave Town’, Uplistsikhe is an ancient rock hewn town in the outskirts of Georgia, now in ruins. The town was founded during the Bronze Age, around about 1000 BC, and continued functioning till the 13th century AD. Spreading across 40,000 square meters, the Cave Town is broadly divided into the upper, middle and lower regions.

Each section is hewn with ancient artefacts such as stone carvings, jewelries and rock engravings. Several ruined structures, such as a prison, an amphitheater, a pharmacy, a bakery and a large town hall, can also be seen scattered around the place.

Location: Uplistsikhe, Gori, Georgia
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