Vardzia is a cave monastery complex of the XII—XIII centuries in the south of Georgia. Outstanding monument of medieval Georgian architecture. Throughout 900 m along the left coast of the Kura in a steep tuff wall of Mount Erusheti about 600 rooms are cut: churches, chapels, inhabited cells, storerooms, baths, refectories, казнохранилищ, libraries. Rooms of a complex leave on 50 meters deep into of the rock and rise by height to eight floors. The secret passages connecting rooms, the remains of a water supply system and irrigating system remained.
Borjomi is located in a southeast part of Georgia, in the gorge of the Kura River, at the height of 810 — 850 m above sea level. Borjomi treats to group of low-mountain resorts and is surrounded with the massif covered with the softwood and broad-leaved forests. The climate differs in moderate temperature both in summer, and in winter the periods. Borjomi is known for the medicinal mineral water which is applied as drinking at diseases of digestive tract, bilious ways, a metabolism, kidneys and in the form of bathtubs — at cardiovascular diseases, diseases of a nervous system and respiratory bodies. Archeological excavations found stone bathtubs here that demonstrates that curative properties of mineral water were known and were used in ancient times.
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