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Title: Martvili  
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Subject: Mingrelian language, Tkibuli, Abastumani, Lagodekhi, Naruja
Collection: Cities and Towns in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti
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Photo of George Atatia
The Martvili monastery.

Martvili (Middle Ages. Under Soviet rule, from 1936 to 1990, it was named Gegechkori after the Old Bolshevik Sasha Gegechkori.

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  • Martvili Monastery, information about the rich history of the monasterial complex and role it played in the cultural and educational development of the country of Georgia.

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