Svetitskhoveli Cathedral – XI century architecture monument, one of the four big cathedrals is a Georgian Orthodox cathedral located in the historical town of Mtskheta, 20 km northwest of the nation's capital of Tbilisi. It is known as the burial site of Christ's mantle and Saint Elias’ robe.
Jvari Monastery – dating back to the early IV century, stands on the rocky mountaintop at the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers, overlooking the town of Mtskheta from the east side. Listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. According to historical records, in yearly 30’s of IV century, credited with converting to Christianity, King Mirian III erected a wooden cross on the site of a pagan temple. The present building is generally held to have been built over the wooden cross at the end of VI century by Erismtavari Stepanoz I. (The wooden cross is still kept at the church)