Doliskana Monastery

Bagrat III of Georgia built Doliskana in the 10th century for architect Gabriel, and Sumbat I of Iberia refounded it. It is a short walk from the Imerkhevi River around Hamamli village. On the interior walls, several short inscriptions in Georgian Asomtavruli mention the prince and titular king Sumbat I of Iberia. It was converted to a mosque in the 16th century and restored in 1958.