Troglodyte Monastery of Berta Seri (David Gareja)
Monastery of Berta Seri (Berebis Seri) (გარეჯის ბერთა სერის (ბერების სერი) მონასტერი) is located in the northeastern part of the David Gareja monastery complex, on the banks of the Iori River and dates back to the 6th-8th centuries. The Berta Seri complex (Berebis Seri) consists of caves carved into the rock for various purposes. There are domed and hall churches and residential caves.
Individual cells of the monks are arranged in several tiers. The tunnels connecting the floors and stone steps are completely destroyed. Particular attention is drawn to a group of churches, including: a domed church, a three-arched church, a two-tiered chapel, an apse church and a painted church. The sophistication of the architectural forms of the churches carved into the rock is impressive. The arches are decorated with images of the cross and carvings. Georgian inscriptions have been preserved on fragments of the fresco painting.