Gorges neture

Georgia is famous for its stunning natural beauty. It has a great variety of climate zones, from Mediterranean to subtropical, as well as natural landscapes, both at the seaside and high mountains, deserts and vineyards, forests and glaciers.

The country is located between the Greater Caucasus Range and the Lesser Caucasus, protecting it from cold northern winds, as well as southern heat. These two ranges are connected by the Likhi Range, which separates the kolkhida Lowland from the Kura-Aras Lowland. 

Mtkvari (Kura) is the largest river in Georgia. It starts in Turkey and falls in Caspian Sea in Azerbaijan. Other rivers to be mentioned are Rioni in the west and Alazani in the east. The largest lake is Paravani.

Alpine zone starts from 3000 meters above the sea level. The highest peaks of the Greater Caucasus on Georgian territory are Shkhara (5068m), Janga (5059m), Kazbegi (5047m) and Ushba (4700m).


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