Tbilisi is the capital and the larget city of Georgia. Founded in the 5th century by the monarch of Georgian"s ancient precursor the kingdom of Iberia. Tbilisi"s varied history is reflected in its architecture which is a mix of medieval , classical, middle eastern , stalinist and modernest structures. Notable tourist destinations include cathedrals like Sameba and Sioni, classical freedom square, Rustaveli avenue, Aghmasenebeli avenue, medieval Narikala fortress, pseudo-moorish opera theater and the georgian national museum.
Signagi is a town in Georgia"s easternmost region of Kakheti and the administrative center of the Signagi municipality. Signagi as a settlement is first recorded in the early 18th century. In 1762 king Heraklius 2 of Georgia sponsored the costruction of the town and erected a fortress to defend the area from marauding attacks by Dagestan tribesmen.
David Gareja is a rock-hewn Georgian Orthodox monastery complex located in the Kakheti region of eastern Georgia, on the half-desert slopes of mount Gareja.The complex includes hundreds of cells, churches, chapels, refectories and living quarters hollowed out of the rock face. The area is also home to protected animal species and evidence of some of the oldest human habitation in the region.