Location: Legakhare, Mukhuri village Restored in the twentieth century The project “Cultural and Natural Heritage of Chkhorotsku” is being implemented with the support of Chkhorotsku City Hall and the Culture Service. Pictures of Giorgi Chikovani, Khatuna Gakharia, City Hall Culture Service are used
Oda of Kukhalashvilis Owner:Zurab Kukhalashvili Location:Akhuti village of Chkhorotsku municipality Approximate age:170 years History Built by the Dadiani living in Akhuti, this oda has long been the object of media and tourist attention. The largest elarji in the world was prepared here, special programs were dedicated to it. “Kukhalashvili’s Oda” […]
Chkhorotsku Central Park has been the main visiting place of Chkhorotsku for years. Here you will meet retirees who talk to each other about old news, passing tourists and most of all attract young people.
Menchurua is a traditional competition spread in Samegrelo, which was created several millennia ago
I accidentally heard Maya Sichinava’s song “Lesichine” on YouTube. I was interested in the original performance of the author’s music and I also checked the references
In the nineteenth century, st. George’s Church operated in the second Djumiti. According to the metric records, the brothers Egnate and Jacob Gulua served here, as well as a well-known publicist, the proto-priest Samson Todua.
Near the center of the village and the old cemetery, there are fragments of a three-nave basilica built in the nineteenth century (according to another version in the late Middle Ages), in which priest Bendeliani served.
Lesichine is an administrative division of the municipality of Chkhorotskhu. According to the register of municipalities, this unit includes: Lesichine, the Second lesichine, Part Mongeri and Ochkhamuri. : Lesichine is located between the rivers Khobistskali, Ochkhomuri, Zana and Tsivi.The distance to Chkhorotskhu is 8 km awayThe nearest railway station is […]
Akhuti is one of the most famous villages in Georgia. It is located in the valley of the Zana and Otskaria rivers, 180 meters above sea level.
A letter from Mr. Jalagonia, Deputy Director of the Chhorotsku Museum, which was published in the museum’s journal.