New archaeological project launched in Mtskheta
National Agency of Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia has undertaken a new project, which aims to assist development of archaeological tourism in the country.
Guests have been invited to the town of Mtskheta some 30 kilometers from Tbilisi to inspect well-known historic monuments as well as restored Bagineti and Samtavro archaeological valley there. Tourism infrastructure has already been developed in the district.
Mtskheta is the first town, the National Agency of Cultural Heritage Preservation is carrying out the new project in.
Later, the project is expected to continue in the regions, which are distinct with their archaeological monuments.
As reported, all the archaeological monuments so far unknown to public, will be included in the new tourist guidebooks to be published in the future.