Saint Andrew came to Europe through Ajara in order to spread Christianity. According to legend, Sarpi village is where Andrew rested after his long and tiring journey, and a waterfall sprang from the cliffs there to quench his thirst. This waterfall is called St. Andrew’s Waterfall today, and just like it did for Andrew the First-Called, it is still quenching the thirst of travelers today.
A statue dedicated to Saint Andrew stands next to the waterfall today, expressing his stern, strong, and loving nature. There is also a throne carved from stone here, where sightseers can sit and take a photo by the inscription that reads, “Here is where Jesus’ disciple Andrew first preached Christianity”.