The Mountain-top Church

This incredible church really does take you one step closer to heaven. The house of God offers an altar-native place to pray but only if you have a head for heights – because it lies on the edge of an amazingly steep 130 foot cliff. But nobody knows exactly when – or more importantly how – it was miraculously built on top of this huge pillar. Keen photographer Konstantin Murtkhveladze, 25, from Tbilisi, Georgia, took these striking pictures on a trip to the region.

This incredible church really does take you one step closer to heaven. The house of God offers an altar-native place to pray but only if you have a head for heights - because it lies on the edge of an amazingly steep 130 foot cliff. But nobody knows exactly when - or more importantly how - it was miraculously built on top of this huge pillar. Keen photographer Konstantin Murtkhveladze, 25, from Tbilisi, Georgia, took these striking pictures on a trip to the region.

This incredible church really does take you one step closer to heaven. The house of God offers an altar-native place to pray but only if you have a head for heights - because it lies on the edge of an amazingly steep 130 foot cliff. But nobody knows exactly when - or more importantly how - it was miraculously built on top of this huge pillar. Keen photographer Konstantin Murtkhveladze, 25, from Tbilisi, Georgia, took these striking pictures on a trip to the region.

This incredible church really does take you one step closer to heaven. The house of God offers an altar-native place to pray but only if you have a head for heights - because it lies on the edge of an amazingly steep 130 foot cliff. But nobody knows exactly when - or more importantly how - it was miraculously built on top of this huge pillar. Keen photographer Konstantin Murtkhveladze, 25, from Tbilisi, Georgia, took these striking pictures on a trip to the region.

This incredible church really does take you one step closer to heaven. The house of God offers an altar-native place to pray but only if you have a head for heights - because it lies on the edge of an amazingly steep 130 foot cliff. But nobody knows exactly when - or more importantly how - it was miraculously built on top of this huge pillar. Keen photographer Konstantin Murtkhveladze, 25, from Tbilisi, Georgia, took these striking pictures on a trip to the region.