Kartli
Kartli (Georgian: ქართლი [kʰartʰli]) is a historical region in central-to-eastern Georgia traversed by the river Mtkvari (Kura), on which Georgia's capital, Tbilisi, is situated. Known to the Clas...
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Kingdom of Kartli
The Kingdom of Kartli (Georgian: ქართლის სამეფო) was a feudal state that existed from 1466/84 to 1762, with the city of Tbilisi as its centre.In the 15th century, after a long economical and polit...
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Kvemo Kartli
Kvemo Kartli (Lower Kartli, Georgian: ქვემო ქართლი, Azerbaijani: Aşağı Kartli) is a historic province and current administrative region (Mkhare) in southeastern Georgia. The city of Rustavi is a r...
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Shida Kartli
Shida Kartli (Georgian: შიდა ქართლი) is a region (Mkhare) in Georgia. It consists of the following districts: Gori, Kaspi, Kareli, Java, Khashuri; and one self-governing city, Gori.The northern pa...
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Manglisi Cathedral
Manglisi Cathedral or Manglisi Sioni Cathedral (Georgian: მანგლისის სიონი) is a 6th-7th-century Georgian Orthodox cathedral near the town of Manglisi, Tetritsqaro Municipality, Georgia.The first c...
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Ertatsminda Cathedral
The Ertatsminda Cathedral of Eustathius of Mtskheta (Georgian: ერთაწმინდის ტაძარი) is a medieval Georgian Orthodox cathedral in Kaspi District, the Shida Kartli region, Georgia. It is situated in the ...
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Kaikhosro of Kartli
Kaikhosro (also spelled Kay Khusrau, Kai Khusraw; Georgian: ქაიხოსრო) (January 1, 1674 – September 27, 1711), of the House of Bagrationi, was a titular king (a Persian-appointed wali) of Kartli, e...
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Vakhtang VI of Kartli
Vakhtang VI (Georgian: ვახტანგ VI), also known as Vakhtang the Scholar and Vakhtang the Lawgiver, (September 15, 1675 – March 26, 1737) was a Georgian monarch of the royal Bagrationi dynasty. He r...
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Gagi Fortress
Gagi, also known as Aghjakala, is a historic fortress in Marneuli district, Kvemo Kartli, Georgia. 44°42′48″E / 41.46667°N 44.71333°E / 41.46667; 44.71333
Mount Yemlikli
Mount Yemlikli, also Emlikli, Emlik'li (Georgian: ემლიქლი) is a 3,054 m (10,020 ft) tall mountain between the Georgian provinces of Samtskhe-Javakheti and Kvemo Kartli. Yemlikli is one ...
Teimuraz I of Kakheti
Teimuraz I (Georgian: თეიმურაზ I) (1589–1663), of the Bagrationi Dynasty, was a Georgian monarch who ruled, with intermissions, as King of Kakheti from 1605 to 1648 and also of Kartli from 1625 to...
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Marabda
Marabda is a town in Georgia, located some 23 km south of the capital Tbilisi, and a few kilometers north of Marneuli.
Marabda is served by a Georgian Railway station on the Tbilisi–Gyumri line, ...
Jesse of Kartli
Jesse (Georgian: იესე, Iese), also known by his Muslim names Ali-Quli Khan and Mustafa Pasha, (1680 or 1681–1727), of the Mukhranian Bagrationi dynasty, was a king of Kartli (Georgia), acting act...
Constantine II of Georgia
Constantine II (Georgian: კონსტანტინე II) (c. 1447 – 1505), of the Bagrationi dynasty, was a king of Georgia since 1478. Early in the 1490s, he had to recognise the independence of his riva...
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Birtvisi
44°32′21″E / 41.60889°N 44.53917°E / 41.60889; 44.53917Birtvisi (Georgian: ბირთვისი) is a ruined medieval fortress in Kvemo Kartli, Georgia, nested within limestone cliffs...
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Ikorta church
The Ikorta church of the Archangel (Georgian: იკორთის მთავარანგელოზის ტაძარი), commonly known as Ikorta (იკორთა) is a 12th-century Georgian Orthodox church located at the outskirts of the village ...
George X of Kartli
George X (Georgian: გიორგი X, Giorgi X) (c. 1561 – September 7, 1606), of the Bagrationi royal dynasty, was a king of the eastern Georgian kingdom of Kartli from 1599 until his death.
George was t...
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Vakhtang V of Kartli
Vakhtang V (Georgian: ვახტანგ V) born Bakhuta Mukhranbatoni (Georgian: ბახუტა მუხრანბატონი) (1618–1675) was the King of Kartli (eastern Georgia) from 1658 until his death, who ruled as a vassa...
George IX of Kartli
George IX (Georgian: გიორგი IX, Giorgi IX) (died 1539) was a king of the Georgian kingdom of Kartli from 1525 to 1527 (or 1534).The second son of the Georgian king Constantine II, he succeeded on the ...
Simon I of Kartli
Simon I the Great (Georgian: სიმონ I დიდი) also known as Svimon (Georgian: სვიმონი) (1537–1611), of the Bagrationi dynasty, was a Georgian king of Kartli from 1556 to 1569 and again from 1578...
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Kingdom of Kartli-Kakheti
The Kingdom of Kartli-Kakheti (Georgian: ქართლ-კახეთის სამეფო) (1762–1801 or 1801) was created in 1762 by the unification of two eastern Georgian kingdoms, which had existed independently since th...
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David XI of Kartli
David XI or Daud Khan (Georgian: დავით XI) (died c. 1579) was King of Kartli. A convert to Islam, he was appointed as Khan of Kartli by the Persian Shah Tahmasp I from 1562 (effectively from 15...
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Simon II of Kartli
Simon II (Georgian: სიმონ II), also known as Svimon or Semayun Khan (born c. early 1610s – died 1630), was a Persian-appointed king (actually, khan) of Kartli, eastern Georgia, from 1619 to 1630/1...
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Bagrat VII of Kartli
Bagrat Khan also known as Bagrat VII (Georgian: ბაგრატ VII) (1569–1619), was King of Kartli, eastern Georgia, effectively serving as a khan for the Persian shah Abbas I from 1615 to 1619.
A so...
Rustavi Sioni
The Rustavi Church of the Assumption of Mary (Georgian: ყოვლადწმინდა ღვთისმშობლის მიძინების სახელობის ტაძარი) better known as Rustavi Sioni (Georgian: რუსთავის სიონი) is a Georgian Orthodox ch...
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