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All reviews great wall of china alazani valley fortified town didn t know surrounding villages couple of hours main gate administrative center wonderful view nice place enjoy the view mountain range late afternoon wine region pheasant's tears georgia restaurant
A very nice place, a very historical wall. Lucky to have a very good weather, it’s perfect if you like to walk a bit longer, be very careful though on your steps if you’re curious enough to see what’s on each corner. There’s nothing but...More
and good views of the valley with Chechnya and Dagestan over the mountain range. However the town itself was a disappointment and nothing of great note except a wall with names of those who died in conflicts with Russia. A fun fountain with pigs and...More
Didn’t know Signagi wall didn’t know it’s the 2nd largest after the Great Wall of China. The wall runs upto 4 kms and 6 meters and has 28 towers though it currently doesn’t serve the job for which it was built it stands as a...More
The wall is one symbol of the city of Sighnaghi. We walked along it and came to the tower. We climbed up the tower and scenery from there was excellent. Mountains and valleys. There was an old lady at the entrance of the tower and...More
From far away we have noticed one old town but very beautiful, when we arrived we got the name called Signagi. From far away we could have very nice view of the snow mountain, and the view of the old town together with snow mountain...More
Picturesque walls remarkably intact. The city is very touristy, but on the way to the Azerbaijan border - a good stopping point. You can't miss the walls. Vendors of carpets and other merchandise abounded. Fabulous views of the valley.
On your way to or from the Kakheti wine region, Sighnaghi is a beautiful little town completely surrounded by fortifications. Stroll the streets and take a walk along the city walls to admire the views of the very fertile Alazani Valley and the immense Caucasus...More