David Gareja monastery complex VI th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the thirteen Assyrian monks.The complex is carved into the rocks about 20 monasteries and covers the territory of three regions of Georgia.
the southern slope of the mountain there are more than 100 caves,
which were used by monks as cells.
In many churches and refectory frescoes VIII-XIV centuries. with portraits of historical figures, including a portrait of Queen Tamara.
complex separating Georgia and Azerbaijan. Border runs along the top of the mountain, which is called Udabno Georgian historians, the name of one of the monasteries. This monastery is on Azerbaijani territory – on the southern slope of the mountain