Sighnaghi and its environs are home to several historical and cultural monuments and has been specifically protected by the State since 1975. The town is walled with the remnants of 18th-century fortifications. There are two Georgian Orthodox churches in the town itself - one dedicated to St. George and the other to St. Stephen. The venerated Bodbe Monastery is located 2 kilometers from Sighnaghi and is a place of pilgrimage due to its association with St. Nino, the 4th-century apostle of Georgia.
The local Ethnographic and Archaeological Museum dating from the 1950s was upgraded and developed into a modern-standard exhibition the – Sighnaghi Museum – in 2007. Sighnaghi is known as a "Love City" in Georgia.
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daddo (26788) 2014-07-17 4:28
Selam Erol. Difficult shots to take against the sun and get the balance right between the foreground and the sky. Maybe a little Photoshopping might have given more details in the foreground. have a look at my sunrise shot I posted on the same page. Regards. Klaudio.