Kojori is a small town in Georgia, some 20 kilometers southwest of the nation’s capital of Tbilisi. It is a so-called "climate resort" and home to several dachas of the Tbilisite families.
South of the townlet, on Azeuli Hill, stands the medieval Kojori Fortress. The earliest layers of the fortress date to the late 11th century, but most of the structures are newer, dating to the 16th-18th centuries. During the Red Army invasion of Georgia in February 1921, the heights of Kojori saw heavy fighting between the Georgian and Russian SFSR forces. A monument to the Georgian Junkers who died in this battle was erected on the site in the 1990s.The medical wellness resort Bioli is also located in the recreation area of Kojori. The resort is well-known for its unique concept which is based on an assessment of an oxidative stress at the level of the life unit - cell in order to prevent possible chronic diseases and premature ageing.
Coordinates 41°39'33.912" N 44°42'9.095" E