6 Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Posted on January 8, 2012 by

We continue to explore Georgia and this time we are heading to Omalo Village.

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Kvetera Church is a Georgian Orthodox church located in a historic fortified town of Kvetera in Kakheti. It was built in the early part of the 10th century. It is a relatively small church and resembles the Georgian cross-dome style of architecture.


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6 Responses to “Exploring Georgia, Omalo”

  1. (r)evolutionist says:

    No more J.St. roadside historical markers? We’re making progress (if it’s limited to one)… And dress codes and me go together like truth and governments- have to skip the holy building (maybe Koba would have been a priest here in an alternative Universe).

  2. Daniel says:

    Thanks. Great pictures.

  3. opticalsound says:

    Hey, ER, is “Georgia on YOUR Mind?’

  4. Latitude and longitude please, so we can follow you on any of the world maps. Thanks

  5. Mariel says:

    Ohhh beatiful, thanks!

  6. A.Oscar says:

    Georgia full of mountains look so peaceful: would be nice everybody in the world could get along, and could be discovery from the point of view tourism. What made me understand? The people are nice: because when some place without many people, like villages usual getting along, and help one another. A.Oscar

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