Signagi, Georgia – Walking Around Town & Lunch!

The town itself is charming!!  A wonderful walk back in time…… Lots of locals selling homemade wool items!  I bought a pair of wool slippers like these yesterday! Colorful mats and souvenirs! Handmade wool socks! A seller…. Monument to those Georgians who died in WWII: Names of those who died… View of the city…. Papakha…

Signagi, Georgia – Walking the Wall

The fortress wall was built in the 1770’s to protect the Kakheti people from attacks by the Dagestani people. It was very impressive!!  It would have been difficult for the Dagestani people to attempt a surprise attack!!! Papakha time – I’m standing in the one of the towers! S, 🙂  

Signagi, Georgia – Bodbe Monastery – Saint Nino’s Shrine

This is a popular tourist attraction and pilgrimage location because it is here that St. Nino, 4th century evangelist of Georgians, relic’s are shrined. I didn’t wear my papakha hat here – it didn’t feel right as this is such an important religious location. I wore my Prague big scarf that swallows the head and…