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Caucasus mountain range, on the territory running between the Enguri andTskhenistskali Rivers. Surrounded by the gigantic, white-capped peaks of the Caucasus, Svaneti is one of the most remarkable regions of Georgia with a rich history and picturesque natural beauty.
Svaneti is divided into two parts, Upper Svaneti and Lower Svaneti, separated by the Svaneti Mountain Range. Upper Svaneti, called "Zemo Svaneti" in Georgian, has always been a region defined by its isolation. The first road accessible by car from Zugdidi to Svaneti was built in 1934. Prior to that, roads to Svaneti were only passable by carriage, horse, or foot. Motorways now connect all villages. New road from Zugdidi to Mestia is currently being built. That will reduce the travel time be­tween the two destinations to only 2 hours. Svaneti is 500 kilometres away from Tbilisi and the trip takes around 8-10 hours.
Large towns and villages of Upper Svaneti include Mestia, Etseri, Becho, Kala, Latali, Lakhamula, Lenjeri, Mujhal-mulakhi, Ushguli, Fari, Tskhu-mari, Chuberi, and Khaishi.
Svaneti boasts several 4000-5000 meter high peaks such as: Shkhara (5068 m), Rustaveli (4960 m), Gestola (4859 m), Tetnuldi (4851 m), Ushba (4700 m) and Ailama (4546 m).

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