Georgian Orthodox Church
The Georgian Apostolic Autocephalous Orthodox Church (Georgian: საქართველოს სამოციქულო ავტოკეფალური მართლმადიდებელი ეკლესია, sak’art’velos samots’ik’ulo avt’okep’aluri mart’lmadidebeli eklesia) is...
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Martvili Monastery
Martvili Monastery Georgian: მარტვილის მონასტერი is a Georgian monastic complex located in the village of Martvili in the Martvili District of the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Province (Mkhare) of Georg...
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Archbishop of Bolnisi
Bolnisi is a city in the country of Georgia, the capital of Bolnisi district, which has long been the seat of either a bishop or an archbishop.Bolnisi has been a center of Georgian Christianity since ...
Basil Mkalavishvili
Basil Mkalavishvili (Georgian: ბასილ მკალავიშვილი) – also known as Vasil Mkalavishvili (Georgian: ვასილ მკალავიშვილი) – is a laicized, Old Calendarist, Georgian Orthodox priest, the leader of ...
Catholicate of Abkhazia
The Catholicate of Abkhazia (Georgian: აფხაზეთის საკათალიკოსო, Greek: Καθολικος Αμπχαζία) was a subdivision of the Georgian Orthodox Church that existed as an independent entity in western Georgia...
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Khakhuli Monastery
Khakhuli Monastery (Georgian: ხახულის მონასტერი, Turkish: Haho/Bağbaşi) was a Georgian Orthodox monastery in historical Medieval Georgian Kingdom of Tao (modern-day Turkey), in one of the gorg...
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Pitareti Monastery
Pitareti Monastery (Georgian: ფიტარეთი მონასტერი) is a medieval Orthodox Christian monastery in Georgia, approximately 26 km southwest of the town of Tetritsq'aro, Kvemo Kartli, southwest of ...
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Bishopric of Ancha
The Bishopric of Ancha (Georgian: ანჩის საეპისკოპოსო, anchis saepiskoposo) was one of the principal territorial jurisdictions of the medieval Georgian Orthodox Church in the province of Klarjeti (...
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Tserakvi
Tserakvi (Georgian: წერაქვი) is a Georgian Orthodox monastic complex in Kvemo Kartli, Georgia, dating from the 12th-13th century. The monument is located near the eponymous village in the Marneuli...
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Khandzta
Khandzta (Georgian: ხანძთა, [χɑnd͡ztʰɑ]) was a medieval Georgian monastery founded by Gregory of Khandzta in 782 AD. It has been identified as probably being the ruined monastery known as Porta, i...
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Archbishop of Borjomi
List of Orthodox Archbishops of Borjomi of the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church:
Archbishop of Margveti
List of Orthodox Archbishops of Margveti of the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church:
Bana cathedral
Bana (Georgian: ბანა) or Banak (Armenian: Բանակ) is a ruined early medieval cathedral in present-day Erzurum Province, eastern Turkey, in what had formerly been a historical marchland known to...
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Ephraim II of Georgia
Ephraim II (Georgian: ეფრემ II, Eprem) (October 19, 1896 – April 7, 1972) was a Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia from 1960 until his death. His full title was His Holiness and Beatitude, Archbi...
Eparchies of the Georgian Orthodox Church
As of 2014, the Georgian Orthodox Church is subdivided into fifty eparchies:
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Leonid of Georgia
Leonid (Leonidas) (Georgian: ლეონიდე, Leonide) (1860–1921) was a Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia from 1918 to 1921.Born Longinoz Okropiridze (ლონგინოზ ოქროპირიძე) in Georgia, then part of Impe...
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Archbishop of Shemokmedi
List of Orthodox Archbishops of Shemokmedi of the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church:
Melchizedek I of Georgia
Melkisedek I was the first Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia, from 1010 to 1033, and is revered as a saint by the Georgian Orthodox Church. Before him, heads of the Georgian Church only bore the tit...
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Archbishop of Nikozi
This is a list of Archbishops of Nikozi of the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church:
Christophorus III
Christophorus III (Georgian: ქრისტეფორე III, K'ristep'ore III) (March 27, 1873 – January 10, 1932) was a Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia from 1927 until his death.He was born as Kristepore Tsi...
Opiza
Opiza (Georgian: ოპიზა) was a medieval Georgian monastery and cathedral church located now in Artvin Province, Turkey. It is one of the oldest Georgian churches in the Tao-Klarjeti region. Opiza ...
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Elie Melia
Fr. Elie Melia (Georgian: ილია მელია) (February 20, 1915 – 1988) was a Georgian Orthodox priest in France and church historian.Born in Kutaisi, he fled the Soviet regime to Western Europe with his...
Archbishop of Chiatura
Chiatura is a city in the country of Georgia. It is the seat of an archbishop of the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church.
Alaverdi Monastery
Alaverdi Monastery (Georgian: ალავერდის მონასტერი) is a Georgian Eastern Orthodox monastery located 25 km from Akhmeta, in the Kakheti region of Eastern Georgia. While parts of the monastery ...
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