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Welcome to Eka's Guest House       --------     Your accommodation in Mestia during your holidays in Georgia.
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Vittorio, Sella str 8, Mestia, Georgia

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About Mestia
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Mestia (Georgian: მესტია) is a highland small town (daba) in northwest Georgia, at an elevation of 1,500 meters in the Caucasus Mountains.
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According to the current administrative subdivision of Georgia, Mestia is located in the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region (mkhare), some 128 km northeast of the regional capital of Zugdidi. Mestia and the adjoining 132 villages form Mestia District (raioni). Its area is 3,044 km²; population - 14,248 (2,600 in the town itself; 2002 Georgia census). The population is mostly Svans, a cultural and linguistic subgroup of the Georgians. In Mestia is Queen Tamar Airport since 2010 and the airport is operated by the state-owned company United Airports Georgia.
Where is Mestia

Mestia, ancient capital town of Upper Svaneti and watchtower capital of the world, is located in the
Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Region, northwest Georgia, high in the magnificent Caucasus mountains.
It is 145 km from Zugdidi and 45 km from Ushguli, Europe’s highest village.

Map of Georgia and Mestia
Historically and ethnographically, Mestia has always been regarded a chief community of Zemo, or Upper Svaneti province. It was formerly known as Seti (სეთი). Despite its small size, the townlet was an important centre of Georgian culture for centuries and contains a number of medieval monuments - churches and forts - included in a list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In 1968, it was granted a status of a townlet (Georgian: daba).