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April 19, 2019
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Monument / Landmark
“This monument is among World’s 10 Most Romantic Statues. The monument represents figures of a man and a woman moving in circles for about 8-10 minutes and eventually passing through each other, forming one whole body for several second. Moving statues of lovers are created by Tamar Kvesitadze based on the characters in the novel “Ali & Nino.” ”
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Monument / Landmark
“The Georgian alphabet is one of a kind. Among the world’s 14 alphabets, one is the Georgian alphabet. Georgian people tend to express their love for this beautiful symbol of identity through various works of art. In 2012, a modern architectural construction dedicated to the Georgian alphabet was erected in Miracle Park in the center of Batumi. It is a 130-meter-high iron construction in the shape of a DNA strand. Visitors can ascend the tower through an elevator that offers a panoramic view of Batumi and the Black Sea. The Spanish architect Alberto Domingo Cabo designed and led the construction of Alphabet Tower.”
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“a dancing fountain with holographic projection on it, available after 20:00”
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“Batumi Theatre of Drama which opened its doors in 1952 (Architect I. Teplitski) was named after Ilia Chavchavadze seven years later. The first theatre performance ever staged in Batumi dates back to 1879 when Zurab Antonov’s play “Has the Uncle Married?’ was performed by amateur stage actors. The venture was initiated by Batumi Policemeister’s wife, Ketevan Zhuruli. Like in other theatres of Georgia, plays were held for charity here. Those engaged in the drama art moved from building to building but hardly ever lacked the attention of the audience. In 50-is of the 19th century the troupe was headed by Davit Kldiashvili. The founding actors’ association, established in 1912 was led by Shalva Dadiani who became the director of the troupe of professional actors – created by the council of Batumi Drama Society which was formed in 1913 and chaired by Ivane Meskhi. Since 1921 Batumi theatre has acquired academic status and in 1931-32Kote Marjanishvili became its head.”
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“The Medea statue is a monument to Medea, a Colchian Princess of the Greek mythology erected in Batumi, Georgia. According to myth, Medea helped Jason to steal the golden fleece belonging to her father. It was unveiled by the President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili, on 6 July 2007.”
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Batumi, Adjara
Telefoonnummer+995 555 56 08 48
Status openingstijdenGesloten · Gaat om 8:30 AM open
Zitgelegenheid buiten
Brunch, Lunch, Diner
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