Kintrishi Protected Landscape
|Kintrishi Protected Landscape|
|კინტრიშის დაცული ლანდშაფტი|
An arched 12th-century bridge over the Kintrishi
|Location||Kobuleti District, Adjara, Georgia|
|Area||18,893 ha (46,690 acres)|
The Kintrishi Protected Landscape (Georgian: კინტრიშის დაცული ლანდშაფტი) is a protected landscape in Kobuleti District, Adjara, Georgia, located at the gorge of the Kintrishi River and was established in 1959 to preserve its unique flora and fauna and famous Colchian willow trees. Archeological excavations revealed even older pre-Christian monuments in the areas.
The Kintrishi State Nature Reserve covers 18,893 hectares (46,690 acres).
- The Kintrishi Protected Areas, Agency of Protected Areas. (in Georgian)
- "Kintrishi Nature Reserve". protectedplanet.net.[permanent dead link]
- Kintrishi, Nature Monuments Website.
- Kintrishi Protected Areas is preparing for visitors, Georgian Daily Independent Voice.
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