The village is located in the Eredvi Municipality in eastern Georgia, two kilometers from Tskhinvali. Prisi was part of the Gori Municipality until 2006.
Kurta was a village built on the right bank of the Didi Liakhvi River. It was the center of the community.
During the Russian-Georgian War, Nuli, together with Avnevi, became one of the first targets for the Ossetian separatists and the Russian army.
The village is located in the Kurta Municipality of the Shida Kartli region of eastern Georgia. Until 1991, the village was part of the Tskhinvali District, and till 2006 it belonged to the Gori Municipality.
The village of Argvitsi is located in the Eredvi Municipality. At the time of the August War, the village was populated by ethnic Georgians and was controlled by the Georgian authorities.