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Gori Castle, Gori

(3.6/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • Something about the statues make you feel like you are on sacred grounds where everything you have read or heard of knights weighs heavily. The statues are impressive! Worth the detour  more »
  • A beautiful place with an incredible panorama on all sides of the world. Unfortunately, the lack of investment makes that sooner or later everything will collapse. The Castle according to me is much more interesting than the Stalin Museum attraction. Entrance is free of charge which may come as a surprise. Staróweczkę below the Castle now renovated, maybe the next step will be. I keep my fingers crossed because the place is interesting.
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  • Interested place and nice soldier statues, good greenery park and must visit place. Nice view from down and good place.  more »
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  • Good, a nice hotspot, not really hard to reach, windy and green... You can see ossetia from there!
  • Free. Easy walk. Nothing in the castle. Worth to visit to overlook to city.
  • Nice castle, only the top is a bit bare.
  • The most beautiful place in Gori. Can't even imagine my town without this castle!
  • The fortress is perched on a hill Rocky and is visible from different points of the city. The current construction is from the 13th century although archaeological remains reveal that the Hill was walled much earlier. It was one of the most important venues of the Georgian Kings in the eastern territories. Its strategic relevance has made that it suffered various modifications and was prepared to withstand long sieges and that it had its own water supply mechanism.
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