Kistauri

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Kistauri
ქისტაური
Saint Nino church of Kistauri
Saint Nino church of Kistauri
Kistauri  ქისტაური is located in Georgia
Kistauri  ქისტაური
Kistauri
ქისტაური
Location of Kistauri in Georgia
Coordinates: 41°59′33″N 45°17′15″E / 41.99250°N 45.28750°E / 41.99250; 45.28750
Country  Georgia
Mkhare Kakheti
District Akhmeta
Population (2002)
 • Total 2,284
Time zone Georgian Time (UTC+4)

Kistauri (Georgian: ქისტაური) is a village in the Akhmeta district, Kakheti region, Georgia. Located 7 km east from Akhmeta and 27 km west from Telavi. The village lies on the right bank of Alazani River, in the northeastern foothills of the Gombori Range.

According to the population census data of Georgia (2002), 2,284 people live in Kistauri.[1] This village was the homelend for Georgian poet and playwright Raphael Eristavi.

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  • (in Georgian) GSE, (1986) volume X, page 537, Tbilisi.