Batonis Tsikhe Castle

Batonis Tsikhe castle served as the residence of Kakhetian Kings between 17th and 18th century. The castle encloses two churches, the ruins of a royal bathhouse, and the Persian style Palace of King Erekle II.

Address: 1 Erekle II Avenue, Telavi





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