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Apartment 48 m² - street Ilia Chavchavadze, Batumi

Price: $ 41 400

ID 1134

Created: 21.01.2019

About the apartment
Total area, m²: 48.00
Layout: separate
Condition: after complex repair
Furnishings: furnished
Bathroom: adjacent
Number of bathrooms: 1
Number of balconies: 2
Natural gas: yes
Heating type: double boiler
Windows type: metal-plastic
Walls type: brick
Elevator: 2
Rooms: 3
Floor: 6
Stories: 8
  • City: Batumi
  • Located on the intersection of: street Ilia Chavchavadze- street Luka Asatiani
  • Distance to the sea: 800 - 1000 m
  • View: street view
  • to the old city: < 1 km
  • to the airport: 7 km
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Useful information about Batumi and Georgia

Georgia - what sights to see for a tourist

Georgia. Mountains with peaks covered with snow. The dark blue expanse of the sea. Aromas of pine, eucalyptus and magnolia, floating in the air. Unfortunately, many attractions of this truly fabulous region were destroyed, and the resorts gradually became desolate. And, fortunately, everything changes: every year & laquo; this small but proud & raquo; the country is increasingly attracting the attention of tourists.

Road to heaven

One of the pearls of the country, according to the Georgians themselves, is the Georgian military road & mdash; the only land route to the country from Russia. The beginning of her & mdash; in the stern and majestic Daryalovsky gorge. The road to the village of Stepantsminda goes along the serpentine road above the rattling Terek River. The Gergeti Church hovering in the clouds above, the ever-snowy peak of Mount Kazbegi opens its gaze.

The road winds through gorges and overlooks water meadows. And so to a height of 2 389 meters, where the Plateau of Friendship of Peoples is located. Here you can relax and take great photos of the Cross Pass; paragliding soaring over the mountains. On the other side of the pass is the Gudauri ski resort. The descent goes along the steep slopes along the banks of the Terek and Aragvi rivers, the picturesque Tsniansky reservoir to the ancient capital of Georgia & mdash; the city of Mtskheta. According to legend, it is here in the chapel of Svetitskhoveli Cathedral that the tunic of Jesus Christ is stored. Jvari Temple was erected on the edge of a cliff. He is known for the relief composition, which tells about the Ascension of Christ. The beauty and grandeur of these places was sung by Lermontov in the poem & laquo; Mtsyri & raquo ;.

What to see in the capital?

In Tbilisi, climbing the Mtatsminda mountain by cable car, tourists will be able to see the Temple of Father David and the Narikala Fortress. She retained the primordial power and greatness. On its walls you can find ancient frescoes telling about the history of the Georgian people. Photos of the city, taken from the observation deck, will long remind you of the journey. It is difficult to understand Tbilisi without strolling through the Old City, without wandering into the area of sulfur baths, without walking along the embankment of the Kura River.

Ah sea, sea ...

The second largest city in Georgia and the largest seaside resort & mdash; Batumi It impresses with non-standard urban architecture. Here you can see the inverted house in which the restaurant is located. Hotel & laquo; Colosseum Marina & raquo; really outwardly similar to the Roman Colosseum and is notable for the fact that from all its rooms the sea is visible. The Alphabet Tower with a restaurant and an observation deck, from where an excellent view opens, both of the city, and of the port and the coast. Batumi embankment stretches for seven kilometers and is replete with sculptures. Among them: a statue la Love ’, with moving figures Ali and Nino, a composition la Me, you and Batumi’, a chachi tower. In the evening, you should go to the singing fountains or take the funicular to the observation deck of Mount Piraeus, so that from there you can capture the city in colorful lights with a photo lens.

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