Another gem of Tbilisi is the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, part of the Mtskheta town of Georgia to the northwest side of Tbilisi. It is the second-highest followed church after Holt Trinity Cathedral. This is also remarked by UNESCO under its world heritage site. This all happened because it is said that Jesus’s robe was buried here in this church’s Ciborium. Svetitskhoveli Cathedral was built between 1010 and 1029 here, Sveti means "pillar" and tskhoveli means "life-giving" or "living". This church is also part of Georgian orthodox churches. By visiting this church, we are sure that you will see the best of Tbilisi at once. This whole area around the church looks like paradise beauty and gives you a serene view of nature and spiritual being in one place. It will give you that calm that you have been searching for.