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Apartment 48 m² - street Niko Pirosmani, Batumi

Price: $ 39 700

ID 1139

Created: 22.01.2019

About the apartment
Total area, m²: 48.00
Living area, m²: 42.00
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: 18
Stories: 22
  • City: Batumi
  • Located on the intersection of: street Niko Pirosmani- Street Avenue of Heroes
  • to the old city: 2 km
  • to the airport: 3 km
  • Distance to the sea: 200 - 400 m
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Useful information about Batumi and Georgia

The inexhaustible hospitality of Georgia

The greatest monument rises above the capital of Georgia, on the Sololaki Upland. Mother of Georgia greets guests with a cup of wine, symbolizing the generous hospitality of the nation. Kartlis Grandfather is ready to accept anyone who crosses the border of the most hospitable country on the planet.

Over many eras, the inhabitants of Georgia have built up their traditions of welcoming hospitality. For centuries, unlimited love and reverent respect for the guest has been passed from generation to generation. As a result, a high art of hospitality has formed in the culture of the Georgian nation.

For Georgians, every guest is a gift from God. In past centuries, any Georgian house had special guest rooms. Sometimes these were separate houses, the doors of which were always kept open. Thanks to such a caring welcome, guests could stay for the night at any time. In addition, guests were always waiting for an abundant dinner.

Residents of Sakartvelo have a completely different consciousness. Here they often talk about love and friendliness. They speak about this sincerely and from the heart. There is trust between people in this country. Georgians know how to truly love and openly trust, which indicates their high level of consciousness.

You can feel Georgian hospitality wherever you are. Meeting Georgians on the wide streets of cities or on narrow paths in the mountains, they will certainly take a paternal interest and ask you: "Well, how are you, family?" And if you ask any resident for directions, he will not only show you where to go, he will personally lead you to your destination.

When strolling through the streets looking for a hotel, try asking someone where the nearest hotel is. It is very likely that you will be invited to spend the night in your house. The hosts will heartily treat you to everything that they themselves are rich and will raise the first toast just for you - for the most dear guest. For some reason, Georgia doesn’t exist in a different way.

Once in a hospitable house, get ready for the fact that the next day no one will let you go. The Georgians have friendship at first sight. Therefore, they will insist that you stay longer. And yet, never admire any beautiful thing in the house. You just risk getting this thing for free.

Residents of Georgia are considered the most laid-back hosts you have encountered in your life. Their generosity borders on sincere openness and generous patience. They rarely take offense, demonstrating their boundless kindness.

In Georgian poetry, hospitality and generosity are sung more than any courage or skillful handling of weapons. Folklore shows the excellence of the hospitality of the Georgian nation. Vazha Pshavela in her poem entitled & laquo; Guest and Host & raquo; clearly showed the owner's unconditional love for his guest. When a person who is an enemy ends up in the house, he is received as a guest with all the traditions of hospitality.

And what can we say about the film "Saplings" when, despite the mourning in the house, the hosts warmly and cordially receive unsuspecting guests. Grandfather and grandson are treated and invited to spend the night in the best rooms. Only in the morning, going on a trip, guests learn about the misfortune of the owners. None of the inhabitants of the house dared to refuse hospitality to night guests and impose their grief on them. Perhaps this act shows the entire centuries-old tradition of hospitality of the holy Georgian people.

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