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President visited damaged complex in Shatili
16:08 17.07.2012
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Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili visited Shatili today.

The First Person of the state toured complex of the middle ages, which consists of 35 castle-towers.

President visited the damaged part of the complex and was interested with the rehabilitation project.

We will recall you that because of the heavy rains, south façade of the complex collapsed. As reported, 7-meter wall collapsed completely.

The rehabilitation works are planned to start. According to the information of the Cultural Heritage Protection Agency, the project documentation has been already drawn up and funds were allocated. 

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