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|Location||Artvin province, Turkey|
|Affiliation||Georgian Orthodox Church|
|Status||Nowadays a village mosque|
|Founder||Gregory of Khandzta|
Parkhali (Georgian: პარხალი), also known in Turkish as Barhal or Altıparmak, is a village that contains a medieval Georgian monastery and cathedral church. It is located near the town of Yusufeli, Artvin Province, Turkey.
Parkhali was built by Davit III Kurapalat (earlier than 973). One of the oldest Georgian hagiographial novels, Martyrdom of the Holy Queen Shushanik was written here.
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