The First Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia - Mikheil Giorgadze and the Director of National Agency for Cultural Heritage Protection - Nikoloz Antidze visited Mutso and viewed the large-scale works conducted for the monument renovation.
The completion of the project foresees the complete rehabilitation of the upper zone of the village Mutso, in conjunction with renovating the relevant infrastructure of the fortress. The authentic look with all its corresponding elements will be returned to the fortress.
Within the scope of the renovation stages, the fortress and its towers in the middle and lower areas were restored. Additionally, the stained and damages facades were properly waterproofed, whilst strengthening the roof structure and traditional stone slabs. Moreover, up to 20 castle towers were restored. During the project, stone stairs, roofs, terraces were also restored. The oak door with the traditionally crafted lanterns, unique to the region, is preserved. It is noteworthy, that during the entire renovation period, all the traditional materials were used, which is trully authentic to the region.
Despite the critical state of the rocky complex, considering the location of the monument, its structure, architecture and the climatic conditions of the region, the conservation of the mud could not be done for years, causing the structural breakdown of the monumental architecture.