Sites & cities that bear the name of Martqopi


Today in : Georgia
First trace of activity : ca. 26th century B.C.E
Last trace of activity : today
Recorded names : Akriani, მარტყოფი, Martqopi

Description : Martkopi (Georgian: მარტყოფი) is a village in Gardabani Municipality of Georgia. It is located on the left side of Ialno range, in the gorges of the rivers Alikhevi and Tevali, and is at an altitude of 770 meters. It is 55 kilometres from Gardabani and 12 kilometres from Vaziani (the nearest railway station). According to 2014 census, the village is populated by 7397 residents. The region of Martkopi played a big role during the third millennium BC. It is distinguished by many rich burial kurgans, representing the early stage of the Early Kurgan culture of Central Transcaucasia.

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