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Archeologists have discovered ruins of a unique complex on the territory of Dolochopi
13:53 27.07.2012
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On the territory of Dolochopi archeologists have discovered ruins of a unique complex. Experts of cultural heritage protection agency have already arrived in Kakheti. Specialists are beginning to learn the church at the river Duruji.   
According to preliminary version, the church exceeds the size of Bolnisi Sioni. Also, several important tombs are found, that are robbed.  
According the archeologists, the church is date with around 5th century and it was destroyed in 14th century.
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