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Apartment 43 m² - street Lech and Maria Kaczynski, Batumi

Price: $ 66 500

ID 1183

Created: 01.02.2019

About the apartment
Total area, m²: 43.18
Layout: open plan
Condition: after builders
Furnishings: unfurnished
Bathroom: not specified
Number of bathrooms: 1
Number of balconies: 1
Natural gas: not specified
Heating type: not specified
Windows type: not specified
Walls type: monolithic
Elevator: yes
Rooms: 2
Floor: 4
Stories: 13
  • City: Batumi
  • Located on the intersection of: street Lech and Maria Kaczynski- street Airport highway
  • to the old city: 7 km
  • to the airport: 2 km
  • Distance to the sea: 0 - 200 m
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Useful information about Batumi and Georgia

8 best sights in Tbilisi Georgia

Tbilisi & mdash; a city of contrasts, where modern buildings and old architecture coexist beautifully next to each other. During its existence, the city was invaded many times, was burned and rebuilt, but, despite this, retained its rich history and culture. There are many interesting places in Tbilisi & mdash; Below is a brief overview of only the best of them:

1. Narikala Fortress
Located opposite Abanotubani, the oldest district of the capital, Narikala fortress & mdash; brick building dating from the 4th century, when Tbilisi was a Persian citadel. The fort is located on a steep hill between the botanical garden and baths. In the courtyard there is the church of St. Nicholas & mdash; a new building that replaced the 13th century temple, destroyed by fire. You can climb to the fortress on foot from Freedom Square or sitting on the cable car.

2. Mother Kartli
Near Narikala there is a large statue of a woman holding a sword and a goblet. This is the mother of Georgia or Kartlis Grandfather. The height of the aluminum figure reaches 20 meters. It is a symbol not only of Tbilisi, but also of the country. Sword statues for those who come as an enemy, and a cup of wine & mdash; for friends.

3. Metekhi Church
Located on the opposite side of the Narikala fortress Metekhi church & mdash; famous landmark of the city. This is the place where King Vagtang built his palace and the first church in the area in the 5th century. Today's church was built in the XIII century and underwent several reconstructions.

4. Old residential buildings
Tbilisi is famous for its old houses with colorful curved wooden balconies overlooking Freedom Square and Metekhi Church. In the courtyards, sometimes called & laquo; Italian courtyards & raquo;, locals mingle, drink wine and dine.

5. Peace Bridge
One of the modern architectural structures of the city is the Peace Bridge built of glass and steel structures. Designed this 2010 pedestrian bridge Michele de Lucca & mdash; architect from Italy. A bridge over the Mtkvari River connects the full café to the pedestrian Erekle II Street and Rike Park.

6. Rike Park
One of the places of rest in the Old Town of Tbilisi is Rike Park with pools, fountains and a giant chessboard. On summer evenings, tourists and locals enjoy the "dancing fountains" & mdash; performance accompanied by music and light show.

7. Tsminda Sameba Cathedral
This cathedral is located on Elya Hill above Avlabari and is visible from almost all corners of the city center. The construction of the cathedral took about ten years & mdash; It was opened to the public in 2004. Its height is 84 meters, including a gilded cross above the central dome.

8. Clock tower of the puppet theater Rezo Gabriadze
This fabulous clock tower is made by puppet master Rezo Gabriadze. It is decorated with hundreds of handmade tiles created by the master himself. Every hour an angel comes out of the door at the top of the tower and strikes a bell with a hammer; at noon and at seven in the evening you can watch a small puppet show called "the circle of life."

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