Narikala Fortress

Narikala Fortress is a historic landmark in the heart of Tbilisi, Georgia. The fortress overlooks the city and offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and the Mtkvari River. It is believed to have been built in the 4th century AD, and over the centuries, it has been destroyed and rebuilt many times.

During its long history, Narikala Fortress has played an important role in the defense of Tbilisi. In the 17th century, it was captured and destroyed by the Persians, but it was later rebuilt by the Georgian king, Erekle II. Today, visitors can explore the fortress and learn about its fascinating history through various exhibits and artifacts.

The fortress is accessible via a cable car or by foot from the old town area of Tbilisi. It is a popular tourist destination and a must-visit for anyone interested in Georgian history and culture. The fortress is also the perfect spot to watch the sunset over the city and take in the breathtaking views.

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