Keselo Fortress

Keselo Fortress, also known as the Castle of the Queen, is a historical landmark located in Tusheti, a historical region now incorporated into the Kakheti administrative division of Georgia. The fortress is perched on top of a hill, providing visitors with stunning views of the surrounding valley and mountains in this part of the Georgian highlands.

The fortress was built during the 12th century by the local rulers of Tusheti as a defensive stronghold against invaders. The architecture of the fortress reflects the Georgian style of that period.

Today, Keselo Fortress is a popular tourist attraction and is open for visitors to explore. Visitors can walk around the fortress and its walls, climb the towers, and take in the panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

In addition to its historical significance, the Tusheti region is also known for its natural beauty and outdoor activities. Visitors can hike in the nearby mountains, explore the local villages, and experience the traditional Georgian way of life.

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