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A visit to Tbilisi’s oldest surviving church is a must. It is a small church with a three naïve basilica which has been restored many times but has lots of atmosphere and very popular with tourists and is well worth a visit.
This small church is the oldest in the city and easy to find, near the Marionette Theater. When you enter, there is a basket of scarves by the door. If you’re female, cover your head with a scarf to show respect. After I put on...More
The Anchiskhati Basilica is the oldest church in Tbilisi. On every trip to Georgia I try and visit this little church which is set behind wrought iron gates with lovely grape designs. I love to spend a few minutes just sitting quietly in the church....More
The Anchiskhati Church or the Church of the Virgin Mary is located in the northern part of the Old City and is considered the oldest temple in Tbilisi and the second oldest one in Georgia. The temple got his name in the 17th century, after...More
That was the first place we visited in Tbilisi and were not disappointed. That made my heart beating and we were excited to be there. The oldest church of the city! We were deeply touched with the conversation with the Holy Father who kindly offered...More
I'm not entirely sure for the dates you mention, but when I was there in early June, there was scaffolding up but I believe on Sundays there may be a church service. Might be good to ask the accommodation you are... More
I'm not entirely sure for the dates you mention, but when I was there in early June, there was scaffolding up but I believe on Sundays there may be a church service. Might be good to ask the accommodation you are staying at to ask on your behalf.
Hope that helps.