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Two rivers of Georgia (Asian continent or transcontinental) that meet but do not mix: they are the white Aragvi and the black Agravi.
The reason why they do not mix is due to the composition, density, temperature, elevation that develops between them, which acts as a thin wall that prevents mixing.
Further south, at the level of the Jinvali reservoir, the river reached by the waters of Aragvi of Pshavi and that of Khevsureti, takes the unique name of Aragvi and in turn flows into the Mtkvari river, in Mtskheta, the ancient capital of Georgia.
In Mtskheta, from the Jvari (Cross) Monastery, you can enjoy the panoramic view of the two rivers connecting to each other.
With their different colors you can clearly see the meeting point.
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