Batumi

What is Batumi known for?


natural landscapes

, Hungary, since 1998 * Batumi, Georgia (Georgia (country)), since 2000 Main theories thumb Medea statue (Image:Medea statue in Batumi, Georgia.jpg) holding the Golden Fleece in the center of Batumi (One of the major cities of Colchis), Georgia (Georgia (country)). The climate is mild humid; near Batumi, annual rainfall level reaches 4000 mm, which is the absolute maximum for the continental western Eurasia. The dominating natural

landscapes of Colchis are temperate rainforests, yet degraded in the plain part of the region; wetlands (along the coastal parts of Colchis Plain); subalpine and alpine meadows. north-east of Sofia; the nearest major cities are Dobrich (


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from Upper Adjara. -bgcolor "pink" 3. 2000 Batumi, Georgia (Georgia (country)) Carpet $75K Tatiana Poutchek M.Diaz-Olivia & E.Dyrberg W 1–4 4–2 4–1 4–2 - bgcolor "#ffffff" Interwar years and World War II After the war, ''Ark Royal'' transported aircraft across the Black Sea to Batumi, where they were ferried across the Caucasus to the British naval forces supporting White Russian forces fighting the Bolsheviks


performing art

State University Batumi University Fountain Attractions include *Adjara State Museum *Aquarium *Batumi Botanical Garden, started (like the previous) by professor Krasnov (brother of the general Pyotr Krasnov) *circus (Circus (performing art)) *Former resort area along the Black Sea coast. Postage stamps


opposition people

-revolution-in-the-caucasian-republic-of-georgia-169814 Many journalists as well as the elderly were beaten and some opposition have gone missing http: rt.com news saakashvili-dictatorship-opposition-people-missing *European Union: Inland areas around the Mediterranean including a major part of the Iberian Peninsula, Apennine Peninsula (Italian Peninsula) and Balkan Peninsula (Balkans). Major metropolises (urban area above 1 million people


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It has fast Wifi (for Batumi) and cheap food and drinks, but beware at some point you will be kicked out suddenly for a school group! * WikiPedia:Batumi Commons:Category:Batumi


television building

Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili's resignation. In the southwestern town of Batumi some demonstrations also occurred with some protesters attempting to break into the television building. Reuters; ''Georgian protests, TV building attacked Nino Burjanadze has been a lead figure in the demonstrations. Civil.Ge; '' Protesters March to Public


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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


contemporary architecture

Russian publisher Meteoweb.ru accessdate 27 September 2012 date August 2010 Cityscape Contemporary architecture Kempinski Hotel and Alphabet Tower, Batumi.JPG Kempinski Hotel and Georgian Alphabet (Georgian alphabet) Tower Alphabet Tower at night, Batumi.JPG Georgian Alphabet Tower (Georgian alphabet) at night Piazza, Batumi.JPG "Piazza" University and Radisson Hotel, Batumi.JPG University and Radisson Hotel Sheraton Batumi.JPG

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


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. In 1936, the TFSSR was dissolved and Georgia became the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic (Georgian SSR). The manganese industry at Chiatura had very great importance in the field of European metallurgy, providing about 70% of the manganese supply of the world early in the 20th century. Traditionally, Georgia served also as an international transportation corridor through the key Black Sea ports of Batumi and Poti. The most important event in the country's cultural life during this turbulent period was indeed the foundation of a national university in Tbilisi (now known as the Tbilisi State University) (1918), a long-time dream of Georgians thwarted by the Imperial Russian authorities for several decades. Other educational centers included gymnasiums (gymnasium (school)) in Tbilisi, Batumi, Kutaisi, Ozurgeti, Poti and Gori (Gori, Georgia), Tbilisi Military School, Gori Pedagogical Seminary, the Pedagogical Seminary for Women, etc. Georgia had also a number of schools for ethnic minorities. '''Aslan Abashidze''' ( WikiPedia:Batumi Commons:Category:Batumi

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