Tusheti Georgia's historical-geographical territory. Located in the main ridge of the Caucasus, Its northern slope. Tusheti in the east border Dagestan, west of Pshavi and Khevsureti, north of Chechnya, south of Kakheti. Today's administrative division, the whole territory of Tusheti is composed of Akhmeta municipality of Kakheti region and includes 10 villages,Where the permanent population remains. The village of Omalo is considered as the center of Tusheti.
Village in Akhmeta municipality, On the right bank of the Alazani river. 1880 meters above the sea level.90 km from Akhmeta. Because of the bad road Half a year Other regions of Georgia traffic is stopped.
An abandoned village in Georgia, Akhmeta municipality, Omalo community.The historical-geographical side is located in Tusheti. At 2000 meters above sea level,The distance from Akhmeta is 102 km. Traffic can be accessed via a horse-hiking and air-way. In the village there are fortresses, towers and ruins of the Christian Church. The monument is included in UNESCO World Heritage List.
located in the north of Omalo village of Akhmeta municipality, (XVIII century). There are three rectangular towers and fragments of the fence. The monument is included in UNESCO World Heritage List.
Village in Eastern Georgia.Kakheti region Akhmeta municipality, Omalo community. The historical-geographical side is located in Tusheti. 2 080 meters above the sea level.100 km away from Akhmeta. The village Shenako is subject to Alaverdi Diocese of the Georgian Patriarchate.There is an old Holy Trininity Church (XIX century). According to the 2014 year census, 4 people live in the village.It enters into the checklist of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.