Ninotsminda means St. Nino and is one of several locations in Georgia named after the evangeliser of Georgia. The church is one of the first four-lobed centrally-planned buildings in Georgia and is seen as part of the evolution of this type of architecture. The church dates from the C6th with alterations continuing up until C10th. The site is now the home to a new religious community who live in a range of buildings around the central church.
Date of Visit
14th June 2013
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Emma Loosley, “Ninotsminda,” Architecture and Asceticism, accessed July 18, 2018, http://architectureandasceticism.exeter.ac.uk/items/show/89.