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... Christianity to Georgia. The apostles Simon and Andrew came to Georgia in the first century teaching about Christ. The history of today's Georgia is quite complex but basically Georgia was formed from Colchis and and Iberia, ancient civilizations.In 337 AD (some say 327) the King Mirian of Iberia( also called Kartli in the East) was converted to Christianity. How this happened is not consistent in the legends. Apparently Nino preached Christianity and ...
... br> It is a very popular day trip for people from Tbilisi so it gets far more
visitors than most we’ve visited. Also
it is a particularly sacred church to many Georgians because of its association
with St Nino who converted King Mirian to Christianity. King Mirian then raised a wooden cross in
this spot in the 4th cent AD.
The first church was built on this spot in the 6th or 7th
... massive, and it took a good twenty minutes to even get to security, and even worse, there were additional lineups to visit certain parts of the palace.
Today felt a bit like visiting Disneyland, with line after line after line ... it made for a very exhausting morning, and really took away from the Topkapi experience, which is one of Istanbul's top attractions. With the time it took to get into the palace and security, I ...
... de Santiago (the Way of St. James). Thousands and thousands do this 500 mile walk every year and one rarely walks alone. The Camino de Santiago finishes at the tomb of St. James in Santiago de Compostela in north-west Spain.
3) Prepare to drive in the London to Ulaanbataar Mongol Rally which kicks off every July. I even shot off an email to Junko and Hiro, asking them if they'd be game. It definitively has the adventure we love ...
... In addition to a brown beard and short hair, he had one long braid of hair that began near his ear. He held his lip in a way that made him look like he was chewing tobacco. He'd been raised by his parents on a hippy commune. I hung out with him a lot in Tbilisi. If he coudl've carried my bags for me as a donkey could, he would've been the ideal companion.
He told me lots of stories.
He'd recently lived ...