Location in Georgia
|Elevation||567 m (1,860 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+4 (Georgian Time)|
Akhmeta (Georgian: ახმეტა) is a town in Kakheti (Georgia) and is the administrative centre of Akhmeta Municipality. It's situated on the left side of Alazani, close to the Pankisi Gorge. The town is situated at 567m. In 1966, it received the status of Kalaki.
On January 31, 1812, the villagers of this town revolted against the Russians and sparked a massive uprising all across Kakheti.