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Apartment 53 m² - street Niko Pirosmani, Batumi

Price: $ 42 000

ID 1138

Created: 22.01.2019

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About the apartment
Total area, m²: 52.80
Living area, m²: 46.00
Kitchen area, m²: 3.00
Layout: studio apartment
Condition: after builders
Furnishings: unfurnished
Bathroom: adjacent
Number of bathrooms: 1
Natural gas: connection is possible
Windows type: metal-plastic
Walls type: monolithic
Elevator: no
Rooms: 2
Floor: 19
Stories: 22
  • City: Batumi
  • Located on the intersection of: street Niko Pirosmani- Street Avenue of Heroes
  • to the airport: 3 km
  • Distance to the sea: 200 - 400 m
  • to the old city: 2 km
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Useful information about Batumi and Georgia

6 best trips from Tbilisi to Georgia

Georgian capital & mdash; Tbilisi has a lot to offer visitors. It has interesting architecture, beautiful churches and wonderful cuisine. However, it is exciting to explore the surroundings of the city, which have breathtaking landscapes, medieval villages and magnificent natural attractions. The list below provides a brief overview of the best day trips from Tbilisi:

1. Mtskheta, Gori, Uplistsikhe

For each guest of the country Mtskheta & mdash; The main place to visit outside the capital. In the past, the country's main city still retains charm and glory in its buildings, architecture and the wonderful Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. The city is small, so you can explore it in a few hours. Then travelers can head to Uplistsikhe & mdash; a small city carved into the rocks, and complete the trip in the homeland of Joseph Stalin, the city of Gori.

2. Ananuri and Stepantsminda

Ananuri & mdash; It is a medieval fortress on the banks of the Aragvi River. Some parts of the fort date back to the 13th century. Nearby Stepantsminda & mdash; A small village located right at the foot of Mount Kazbegi. The main attraction of the place is the Holy Trinity Church.

3. Kutaisi

Kutaisi, like Mtskheta, is one of the oldest cities in Georgia and the former capital of the country. Kutaisi will please travelers with various sights, but UNESCO sites & mdash; Churches of Gelat and Bagrati, & mdash; the most popular of them. It is also worth visiting the Prometheus Cave, museums and heading to the Okatse Canyon.

4. Akhaltsikhe, Vardzia, Borjomi

Nabat Fortress, located in Akhaltsikhe, is a recently restored complex where various cultures and religions are combined. For example, here you can find a mosque and an Orthodox church.

Vardzia & mdash; Another cave city, similar to Uplistsikhe, but larger and more impressive. It was built in the 12th century and has 13 levels and about 600 halls, a throne room and a church with a bell tower.

Borjomi & mdash; A resort known for its mineral water and stunning coniferous forests.

5. David Gareja Monastery Complex

David Gareja Monastery is located in the Kakheti region and borders with Azerbaijan. The place was founded by one of the Assyrian fathers, St. David Gareji, and includes 13 monasteries built on the hills.

6. Signagi and Tsinandali

Other obligatory places to visit in the Kakheti region are the villages of Sighnaghi and Tsinandali. Sighnaghi is famous for its rich history, magnificent views of the Alazani Valley and the remains of the fortress wall that surrounds the settlement. Near the village is another interesting place & mdash; Bodbe Monastery, where St. Nino is buried, who converted Georgia to Christianity.

Tsinandali village is notable for its impressive house belonging to the famous Georgian family. Alexander Chavchavadze inherited the village from his father, Prince Garsevan, and built a new palace with a beautiful garden in 1835. Chavchavadze also created the largest winery in Georgia, combining European and Georgian traditions.

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