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Apartment 58 m² - street Lech and Maria Kaczynski, Batumi

Price: $ 126 900

ID 1171

Created: 31.01.2019

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About the apartment
Total area, m²: 57.65
Living area, m²: 42.50
Layout: open plan
Condition: after builders
Furnishings: unfurnished
Number of bathrooms: 1
Number of balconies: 1
Windows type: aluminum
Walls type: monolithic
Elevator: 2
Rooms: 1
Floor: 14
Stories: 15
Location
  • City: Batumi
  • Located on the intersection of: street Lech and Maria Kaczynski- street Sherif Khimshiashvili
  • Distance to the sea: 0 - 200 m
  • View: sea view
  • to the old city: 4 km
  • to the airport: 2 km
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Useful information about Batumi and Georgia

Art of Georgia

Georgia has majestic mountains, fertile land, mineral springs and many other advantages. That is why in the past, the Greeks, Persians, Romans, Arabs tried to get it.

Despite the eternal attacks of various states, Georgian art did not fall under the influence of other cultures. It retained its traditional techniques in all applied arts and did not lose its national content, which is inherent only in the Caucasian land.

The traditional art of Georgia is represented by highly artistic masterpieces that have preserved the identity of the nation. Georgia is famous for pottery, jewelry, woodcarving, metal engraving and many other types of creativity.

In the nineteenth century, the work of goldsmiths reached its highest peak. The best gold items and jewelry were created in the capital of Georgia and other cities, such as Telavi, Kutaisi and others. The gold samples were in the form of bowls and jugs, which were decorated with coinage.

In an earlier period, around the tenth century, art associated with cloisonne enamel dominated. Enamel was decorated with religious and secular items. Cloisonne enamel was used in church utensils and tableware, necklaces and rings. This type of art is still used by Georgian masters.

Starting from the eighteenth century, ceramic art appeared on the territory of Georgia. Ceramics, bricks, tiles and other items were made at the plants. Ceramic art was common in eastern and western Georgia. Tbilisi and several small cities such as Telavi, Mtskheta, Shrosha and others took part in the production of ceramics. Masters came up with sophisticated forms and coated ceramics with glaze to give it beauty and sophistication.

Probably there is no such kind of art that the Georgian people would not do. And no matter what the masters undertook, they brought their work to perfection. For example, sculptural reliefs were made so realistic that they could display the smallest details, such as small folds on the clothes of the saints. In Georgia, there was a long history of sewing with beads, preserved among the highlanders. The production of lint-free carpets also flourished.

The fine art of ancient Georgian artists can be judged by the magnificent frescoes and icons that adorned the temples. Mosaic paintings or decoration for manuscripts - everything was top notch. Many talented Georgian artists left their picturesque mark in the history of fine art. Their magnificent paintings are still kept in museums in different countries.

Georgia distinguished itself with literature. Ancient manuscripts were presented by a translation of the Holy Scriptures. The literary works that appeared mainly described the life of the saints who lived on Georgian soil. When the state became one, literature began to develop in all directions. Legendary poems and novels were written, folklore works appeared in the form of legends and fairy tales. Romance was expressed in love lyrics, and heroism in knightly epics.

The art of the Caucasian land has its own unique flavor, without which the earth would be orphaned. Any kind of Georgian art attracts our attention primarily due to its unique originality, simplicity and magnificence.

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