Monday, 9 April 2007
At last! Ushguli, one of the most inaccessible places in all of Georgia, and for that and for its own beauty one of the most rewarding to visit. Often the roads to it are closed by snow for much of the winter as it is the highest permanently inhabited village in Europe. C. 50 families; 7 churches, most of them tiny; many watchtowers; 2 amazing museums; part of it a UN Heritage protected site; an antique jewel.