5 Rabbati: Ancient Turkish Osman Church in Georgia

Rabbati: Ancient Turkish Osman Church in Georgia

Posted on November 23, 2015 by tim

This city has nothing special about it, says Alexander, a Russian blogger and traveller who is known to take awesome photos of places he visits. It’s just an old “Soviet” town in Georgia, only its nature makes it stand out a bit. But what makes it really interesting is an ancient stone fortress called “Rabbati”. This fortification was built in sixteen century by Turkish military. Let’s see how it looks now!

So the fortress was built in sixteen century. It was destroyed but rebuilt recently to attract more tourists. Ironically, the name of the surrounding town is translated as “New Fortress”.

The rest of the town, says Alexander, is totally not interesting. The only renovated street is the main street.


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5 Responses to “Rabbati: Ancient Turkish Osman Church in Georgia”

  1. unclemymy says:

    I vote for “cool”.

  2. john says:

    Who ever did the restoration work,should be commended.What a terrific job.

  3. Mister Twister says:


    Georgia is not Russia though.

  4. hanım sultan says:

    doğum yeri altındağ sisteminizde altındağ yok ne olacak şimdi uye olamıyoruz

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