The site of the influential publication published a selection of 17 photographs in which, according to National Geographic, captured the most interesting, but at the same time remote and little-known places in different parts of the world.
Among the most beautiful and hidden from human eyes places of our planet and the monastery complex David Gareji. National Geographic calls it "a masterpiece of Georgian art" and tells about the mystical atmosphere of the caves complex.
"High in the rocks, right on the eastern border of Georgia, where the country is adjacent to Azerbaijan, David Gareji is located, which is a complex of 19 medieval cave monasteries. The caves that once housed about 5,000 monks' cells, considered a masterpiece of Georgian art. In one of the caves are still functioning monastery and the monks singing can sometimes be heard in the eerie silence of the desert steppe ", - says the magazine.
Along with the cave complex in eastern Georgia, National Geographic shows his readers the pictures "Chocolate Hills" in the Philippines, Waitomo Caves in New Zealand, the Nile valley in Egypt, the Plitvice Lakes in Croatia, as well as other amazing places on our planet.