Batumi

What is Batumi known for?


news music

; birth_place Batumi


remarkable buildings

thumb Batumi Freedom Square (File:Batumi, Georgia — Freedom Square Area.jpg) thumb Drama Theater Square (File:Theater and Radisson Hotel in Batumi, Georgia (Europe).jpg) Batumi's skyline has been transformed since 2007 with remarkable buildings and monuments of contemporary architecture, including: ''Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan'', Lonely Planet *Radisson Blu hotel *Public Service Hall A large


show amp

250 pushpin_map2 Adjara pushpin_mapsize2 250 pushpin_map_caption Location of Batumi in Georgia coordinates_region GE subdivision_type Country subdivision_name Georgia (Georgia (country)) subdivision_type1 Autonomous republic subdivision_name1 Adjara established_title Founded established_date 8th century established_title2 City status established_date2 1866 leader_title Mayor leader_name Giorgi Ermakovi show&sec

Cathedral Cathedral of the Mother of God , and Saint Barbara Church *The Catholic Church of the Holy Spirit (Church of the Holy Spirit (Batumi)) *Saint Nicholas Church *The Batumi Mosque *The Batumi Armenian church *The Batumi Synagogue Main sights File:Batumi University Fontain.jpg thumb Shota Rustaveli

International Relations ref


music great

41.63533 directions on Europe Square (formerly Era Square), near the Iranian and Azerbaijani consulates phone +99593331499 tollfree fax hours price content Small, Cozy Place to hang out for Beer, Pizza and Live Music. Great Staff, Great Service. A sweet bar ran by sweet people. Learn *


huge open

), take left turn at the traffic lights along the park on your right. Take the first left and you are 5 steps away from the yard phone +995 595 715 745 tollfree fax hours price Dorm from €6.5, Privates from €14 p.p. checkin checkout 1PM content In the centre 2 min from the sea with huge open terrace and BBQ area; air conditioning; free Wi-fi; security lockers; 24h security tours desk. '''Seasonal Property''' (open from 15 Jul to 5 Sept).'''Will be closed for 2012 Season''' * WikiPedia:Batumi Commons:Category:Batumi


quot voice

Abashidze's faction strongly advocated the union with Georgia, the drive towards autonomy was strong, even among the pro-Georgian Adjarians. Another, less numerous group known as Seday Mileth (in Turkish: "voice of people") propagated pro- and pan-Turkish ideas. During the Soviet invasion of Georgia, Turkish (Turkey) forces occupied Batumi on March 11, 1921 and held the city until they were expelled by the Georgian troops under General Giorgi Mazniashvili on March 18, 1921


large opposition

in Batumi, being broken up severely on April 30. thumb Bridge over the Choloki destroyed by Abashidze's loyalists in April 2004 (File:Bridge over Choloki Adzharia.jpg) On May 4, a large opposition protest rally was attacked by the local security forces in Batumi. Dozens of protesters were reportedly injured. However, the violent break up of peaceful demonstration proved a catalyst for even larger protests later on the same day. Tens of thousands from all Adjara headed to Batumi demanding

and Georgian Special Forces entered the region and started to disarm pro-Abashizde militants. Later on the same day, Secretary of the Russian Security Council Igor Ivanov arrived in the Adjaran capital Batumi. Abashidze stepped down after overnight talks with Ivanov and left for Moscow. thumb Bridge over the Choloki destroyed by Abashidze's loyalists in April 2004 (File:Bridge over Choloki Adzharia.jpg) On May 4, a large opposition protest rally was attacked by the local security


local opposition

Tsintsadze officially announced their insubordination to central authorities’ orders. On April 24, Adjaran Senate approved Aslan Abashidze’s proposal to impose a curfew in the region. However, dozens of soldiers of Adjaran leader Aslan Abashidze’s elite special purpose unit began to leave the region and pledged loyalty to the country’s central authorities. Several Adjaran officials also did so. Local opposition resumed series of protests in Batumi, being broken up severely on April 30

leader Aslan Abashidze’s elite special purpose unit began to leave the region and pledged loyalty to the country’s central authorities. Several Adjaran officials also did so. Local opposition resumed series of protests in Batumi, being broken up severely on April 30. In retaliation, Georgia’s central authorities imposed partial economic sanctions against its defiant region in a bid "to exhaust Adjaran regime's resources". Tensions defused between Tbilisi and Batumi

commanders Major General Roman Dumbadze and Murad Tsintsadze officially announced their insubordination to central authorities’ orders. On April 24, Adjaran Senate approved Aslan Abashidze’s proposal to impose a curfew in the region. However, dozens of soldiers of Adjaran leader Aslan Abashidze’s elite special purpose unit began to leave the region and pledged loyalty to the country’s central authorities. Several Adjaran officials also did so. Local opposition resumed series of protests


quot resistance

that in January 1915, an Armenian named Hovannes saved his life during a battle by carrying Enver through battle lines on his back. Derogy, Jacques. "Resistance and Revenge", p. 12 Published 1986, Transaction Publishers. ISBN 0-88738-338-6. He later initiated the repressive measures against the empire's Armenian population that helped trigger the temporarily relocation of Orthodox Armenians living in the eastern parts of the empire. Palmer-Fernandez


low annual

the party capital of the region with a night life to match which increasingly includes big name international DJs on the beach-front clubs. Expect to party on the beaches with Russians, Armenians, Azerbaijanis, Turks and, of course, Georgians. Understand Climate Batumi and its vicinity is one of the important tourism and resort zones on the Georgian Black Sea littoral. The climate is humid subtropical. The low annual range of temperature, with a mild winter and warm summer is a characteristic of the city and of the Georgian coast as well. The average annual temperature is 14.5C. The average temperature in January, the coldest month, is 7.1C and in August, the warmest month, 23.2 C. The annual precipitation is 2560 mm. Showers are frequent. It rarely snows but when it does, the snow melts easily. The average annual temperature of the sea is 16.7 C at the shore. Language While the official, and majority language is '''Georgian (Georgian phrasebook)''', English, Russian (Russian phrasebook), and Turkish (Turkish phrasebook), are also commonly spoken. Russian is spoken by most older Georgians, while English is spoken by many (though hardly most) younger ones. In addition, because of the large number of Turkish tourists, it's not uncommon for locals to speak Turkish, or at least simple Turkish phrases. Get in By plane '''Batumi International Airport''' ( WikiPedia:Batumi Commons:Category:Batumi

Batumi

'''Batumi''' (

Search by keywords:


Copyright (C) 2015-2017 PlacesKnownFor.com
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017