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Apartment 40 m² - street Tbel-Abuseridze, Batumi

Price: $ 25 000

ID 1147

Created: 23.01.2019

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About the apartment
Total area, m²: 40.00
Living area, m²: 36.00
Layout: studio apartment
Condition: living condition
Furnishings: furnished
Bathroom: adjacent
Number of bathrooms: 1
Number of balconies: 1
Natural gas: connection is possible
Windows type: metal-plastic
Walls type: monolithic
Elevator: 2
Rooms: 1
Floor: 9
Stories: 19
  • City: Batumi
  • Located on the intersection of: street Tbel-Abuseridze- street Iusuf Kobaladze
  • to the old city: 4 km
  • to the airport: 3 km
  • Distance to the sea: 400 - 600 m
  • View: mountain view
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Useful information about Batumi and Georgia

Symbol of Georgian power

Georgians at all times tried to wear exquisite clothes. They always sought to dress tastefully and look perfect. Noble people wore luxurious outfits, ordinary people dressed more modestly, but the inhabitants of Georgia knew how to adhere to a single style in any position. Men's clothing expressed severity and masculinity, and women's clothing expressed elegance and gentle grace.

Georgian clothing is a mirror reflecting the entire centuries-old history of Georgia. By national costume, you can recognize the existing rites and traditions. The shape, color and texture of the fabric tells about the mores of the Georgian people. Ornaments and symbols tell about the artistic level and values of Georgians.

Highlanders' national clothing is the most famous Chokha costume, which is not only known, but admired by him. Chokha is considered the pride and symbol of Georgia. The costume conceals a lot of symbolism that gives magical power to the chokha.

Chokha is a complex costume consisting of thirteen parts. There is not a single national dress in the world in which there would be so many complex details. Such a multiplicity of elements gives refined beauty to Chokha.

Chokha was invented in the Middle Ages. The outfit looks like a long fitted garment sewn from woolen fabric. Chokha is cut in such a way that it emphasizes the wide male shoulders and the narrow waist, which is belted by a thin leather belt. Cut wide sleeves, if necessary, are easily tied around the wrists.

Chokhi of each class differed among themselves. The princes of Chokha had a festive look and was sewn from light shades. The costume was attended by elegant ornaments embroidered with gold and silk thread. For ordinary people, it looked everyday, because it was black in color without any patterns.

Chokha is a revival of Georgian culture and customs. She personifies courage and courage. When a man dresses Chokha, his back involuntarily straightens and he begins to feel pride in his nation and responsibility for his people.

Despite the fact that Chokha is an expensive pleasure, every man tried to have a traditional costume in his wardrobe. In Georgia, it is customary to wear Chokha for various celebrations. In Chokha they go to church, for all kinds of holidays and of course for a wedding. There was a time when the costume was a bit forgotten by society. However, today the need for it is increasing every day.

Chokha is a symbol of Georgian power and patriotism. Putting on a national costume, the Georgian overfills self-esteem. Chokha personifies moral stamina and love, as well as many other values on which Georgia has been relying for many centuries.

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