Dimas Sequeira's photos


  • Baker at work.

    In the private bakery of Restaurant Nacharmagevi, by the road S-10, which should connect Gori to Tskhinvali. Since the war of 2008, Russia occupied South Ossetia where Tskhinvali is located. Georgia closed the road access from Gori to Tskhinvali, not acce…

  • Head profile.

    Peculiar rocky remain within the ancient rock city of Uplistsikhe, in central Georgia.

  • Basilica (10th century).

    In the ancient city of Uplistsikhe, in central Georgia.


  • Brown lizard.

    In the ruins of Uplistsikhe, in central Georgia.

  • Ruins of Uplistsikhe.

    A lot of structures collapsed during the severe earthquake of 1920, making less obvious that there were shelters and homes until the 15th century in the ruins that one can see nowadays.

  • Caves for refuge.

    At the ancient rock city of Uplistsikhe, in central Georgia.


  • This was once a pharmacy.

    Within the ancient rock city of Uplistsikhe, in central Georgia. These are the remains, after the 1920 earthquake.

  • Theatre.

    Excavated in the rock, as the whole ancient city of Uplistsikhe, in central Georgia.

  • Hall of Queen Tamara.

    In the ancient rock city of Uplistsikhe, in central Georgia. The reign of Queen Tamara dates back to the late 12th and the early 13th century.


  • Grain tanks.

    In the ancient rock city of Uplistsikhe, in central Georgia. These tanks were under shelter, but the 1920 devastator earthquake brought about much damage to the whole site.

  • Overview to River Kura.

    From the ancient city of Uplistsikhe, in central Georgia.

  • Brown lizard.

    On rock of Uplistsikhe old city.


  • Uplistsikhe complex.

    Overall view of ancient city carved in rock, inhabited between the Iron Age and the Middle Age, north of River Kura, in central Georgia.

  • Making way through the herd.

    On the road to Uplistsikhe, in central Georgia. Both cars appear on the left side of the road - cows gave no better option...

  • Mount Kasbek, 5,047 metres high.

    Viewed from Gergeti, at 2,170 metres of altitude. The opposite mountainside of Kasbek makes part of the Russian Republic of Kabardino-Balkar.


  • View from Gergeti to the valley of Stepantsminda.

    Stepantsminda (also called Kasbegi) lies about 430 metres below Gergeti.

  • Access road to Gergeti.

    The 14th century Holy Trinity Church stands on top of the green mountainside, at 2,170 metres of altitude. On the background, higher mountains can be noticed, beyond the valley of Stepantsminda.

  • Holy Trinity Church of Gergeti.

    A 14th century orthodox church located at 2,170 metres of altitude, overlooking Stepantsminda, in northern Georgia.


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