Orthodox Christianity

Orthodox Christianity, deeply embedded in Georgia's identity, has been a cornerstone of the nation's spiritual and cultural life for centuries. Since its introduction in the 4th century, it has played a pivotal role in shaping Georgian art, architecture, and literature. The country is dotted with ancient churches and monasteries, like the breathtaking Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and the cliff-hanging Monastery of Vardzia, each a testament to the faith's architectural influence. Important religious festivals, such as Alaverdoba and Giorgoba, are celebrated with great fervor, reflecting the deep connection between faith and daily life. Orthodox Christianity in Georgia is also known for its unique traditions and liturgical practices, distinct from other branches of Orthodoxy. Our guide explores the rich history, cultural impact, and enduring significance of Orthodox Christianity in Georgia.

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