Anchiskhati is one of the oldest, triple-nave basilica in Tbilisi, built in VI century. It's old name is unknown. "Anchiskhati" was called in 17th century, when the icon of christ was brought here from Anchi monastery (in the south of georgia, now northeast Turkey). The icon is currently preserved in the Georgian National Museum of Fine Arts. Anchiskhati Basilica was damaged and rebuilt several times.
View from Sanapiro, Mtkvari (Kura) river right-bank
View from main entrance stairs