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Sakhana - tower settlement of the XIV-XVII centuries

Sakhana - tower settlement of the XIV-XVII centuries

Sakhana is a small tower settlement of the XIV-XVII centuries in the Central part of the Malkhistinsky gorge, on the steep slope of the left Bank of the Meshi-Khi River.

At the top of the ridge was a large four-story residential tower, which apparently gave rise to the entire complex.

From it to the North and South on the slopes, descend the ruins of various buildings. On the Southeastern border of the complex, a Muslim cemetery has been preserved, on the territory of which there is a ruined ground-level tower-like crypt with a pyramidal roof.