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Ananuri Fortified Castle Ensemble, Ananuri
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  • Visited there when travelling from Tbilisi in Stepancmindu, rode in a taxi so stopped walked. Very nice Castle, walls and inside the towers you can climb, with beautiful views of the reservoir. There is something to see, and where sfotkat'sja) Very advise if you're passing through.
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  • Passed on the way to Kazbek, there are restaurant, where you can enjoy a snack and enjoy the scenery!
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  • Great way to get out of this fortress. Beautiful views of the river and fall even more beautiful with all its colors. Down the street you meet shepherds and thousands of sheep flocks not only formats but also from cows, donkeys, goats, calves and dogs. The entrance to the monastery is free, but very little remains of the Fort, aside from the walls there is nothing more to see.
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