Kutaisi located in Imereti is Georgia’s second largest city with elegant, trees lined streets, 19th-century houses and attractive parks. There are many of the beautiful historic buildings. In Jewish district, there are a number of synagogues, which emphasizes the Georgian Jewish community. The city’s largest synagogue was built in 1886 and 500 worshipers can seat in it. The magnificent medieval churches Bagrati and Gelati are in UNESCO World Heritage Site list, which confirms the importance of the city.