The Royal Palace of Geguti

Geguti Palace, the only surviving royal palace from feudal times. It dates back to the 12th century, although the remaining layers of the building preserve fragments of the 5th – 6th centuries. Although very little remains of the original building, scientists have been able to restore the original appearance of the palace. It was a square-shaped palace consisting of 21 rooms. An interesting fact is that the palace was equipped with baths and a water supply system. The palace was a winter residence, surrounded by an oak forest, where Georgian kings rested and hunted.

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