Georgia: A melting pot of architectural styles

Georgia, the mountainous Caucasus Republic, has been conquered by Russians, Persians, Ottomans, and countless other civilisations throughout history and the drastically different architectural styles are present right across the contemporary state. On a recent visit to Georgia I was astounded by the contrasts between modern and futuristic buildings and medieval churches and monasteries – here is a photo montage of what I discovered. What do you think?

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