Gurjaani Kvelatsminda is a wonderful example of a transitional period in Georgian culture. This 8th century church of Dormition of the Virgin is unique in the way that it is the only one two-doomed temple in Georgia. One of the traditions related with church raised from local people told story that the miracle of Virgin Mary happened here, when milk was overflowing from the walls of the church. This is why it was frequently visited by nursing and “dried up” mothers. Nowadays it is a site for an active monastery.