Dzalisa Museum-Reserve Museum-Reserves

Museum-Reserve address: Mtskheta Municipality, Village Dzalisa
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Museum-Reserve collection description: Museum-reserve town BC. II – A.D. It dates back to the VIII centuries. The town includes several monuments: a temple, a palace, an apse building, a swimming pool and a public bath. Monumental palaces are especially noteworthy among the buildings of the city. One of them, which is a multi-storey complex architectural complex, Approximately 2500 sq.m. It occupies and is one of the largest palace-type buildings found on the territory of Georgia to date. This large building was adorned with a Roman courtyard fountain-atrium. A striking example of the advancement of city life in the Kingdom of Iberia is the highly artistic floor mosaics found in the town of Dzalisa. Similar mosaics in Georgia in A.D. წ. In the II – VI centuries it is confirmed only in the Bichvinta Basilica and the Roman bath in the village of Shukhuti.

Working hours: Everyday, except Monday, 10.00 – 18.00
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Free admission: Children up to age of 6; Georgian and Foreign Museum staff, ICOM members (cardholders with ID), people with disabilities (upon presentation of valid ID), refugees.

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