Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

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

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

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.

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Alaverdi Monastery is a Georgian Orthodox monastery located 25 km from Akhmeta, in the Kakheti Кegion of Eastern Georgia. It is the largest monastery in the country. Parts of the monastery date back to 6th century. The present day cathedral dates to the 11th century.

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

It has a dress code. Fortunately, long skirts for you to put on hang right at the entrance.

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

On the way to Omalo.

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Tusheti is a historic region in northeast Georgia full of softwood forests.

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Omalo. It is a popular tourist center with a lot of guesthouses and a helipad.

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Exploring Georgia, Omalo

Location: Georgia

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6 thoughts on “Exploring Georgia, Omalo”

  1. 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. 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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