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Welcome to {GAY and Lesbian} Batumi, Georgia

Enjoy the main sights of modern Batumi along with oldest historic-architectural monuments, places of rest and culture, great variety of subtropical plants, casinos, bars, nigh clubs along with the beatiful boulevard of the black sea!

A favorite chill out and entertainment place for Batumians and visiting tourists is the famous Seaside Park - beaitiful long Boulevard along the black sea. The place was covered with water at the end of the 19 th century. In 1881 the Sea backed about 100 meters and an idea of creating a seaside park on the free territory was fulfilled by the famous gardener A. Resler who had worked out a construction plan. After Resler’s death the work was carried out by M. Dalfons. Active part in these works took Georgian gardener-decorator, graduate from the Versal Agricultural Institute- Iason Gordeziani.

The length of Seaside Park was 1,9 km. till May 2004. Nowadays, Batumi Boulevard has reached a length of around 7 kilometres and is approximately divided into ‘new’ and ‘old’ boulevards. The original and beautiful park is still here, with the addition of modern sculptures, benches and fountains. During the height of the summer season the seashore is busy with cafés, restaurants, beach bars and clubs. In the off-season it’s simply a beautiful sea-side boulevard. Stroll along at any time of the day, a quiet morning or hot afternoon, but you must come here just before sunset. Seeing the sun sink into the sea is sublime and unforgettable.

With various attractions, sports grounds, the tennis courts, the chess house and bungalows, the park provides the best conditions for the rest and entertainment. Seaside Park symbol – the Columns (Kolonada) was built in 1934. Rich in its exotic plants, the park attracts the visitors during the whole year.

Boulevard is subdivided in two parts: A shady alley with the oldest plants occupies its main area, where it is cool even in the hottest days of summer. Subtropical part with pyramidal cypress, Chinese roses and noble laurels, in the central alley, is stretched along the beach.

Improvement works on the Ardagani lake, which is the most important part of a”new” boulevard, are being done. Two artificial islands, amphitheatre and a fountain decorate the lake.

Visit the historical Chavchavadze State Drama Theatre of Batumi. It is situated on the Shota Rustaveli street. The theatre with 625 seats was built by the architect Teplitski. The ceiling and walls are painted by artists - Telengatov and Khalatov.

The Lado Gudiashvili Painter’s House is also located on Rustaveli street and it is the place where exhibitions of the works of the well-known local and foreign artists and sculptors are arranged. There are the saloons of arts here, where one can see the creations of the Georgian authors.

High standard tennis courts of Batumi host various tournaments, including the "Lady’s Open".

You might be also interested to visit Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University which was built in 1903. The boys’ gymnazia was located here. In 1935 the pedagogical institute with two year academic courses was established. Not long ago the building was repaired according to the modern standards. By the University there is the Nurigeli lake with Students’ and Youth Park.

Do you fency some arts? Go to the Art Museum of Batumi. It was built in 1949. From 1955 the museum of the Revolution was located here and later the Museum of the National Movement History. Since December 19, 1998, it became the Museum of Arts where you can find a department of the West-European and Russian art with various works of the 19-th century.

Try also Khariton Akhvlediani State Museum which was opened in March 19, 1908 on Voznesenski and Olgha cross roads (Present Melikishvili and Parnavaz Mephe Streets).

For a bit of spiritual food visit the former Catholic, now the Orthodox church financed by the Zubalashvili brothers. They have built the church in honor of their mother. The first divine service in the church was performed by the Catholic padre Anselmo Mgebrishvili. During the Soviet period the Bolheviks have converted the church into a laboratory of high tension. In 1989 the church was reestablished by the Orthodox parish.

You may also visit The Saint Barbare church. The Russian military hospital was located there, but after the collapse of Soviet Union the former church was restored. There is a beautiful square all around the church, which borders on Seaside Park.

While in Batumi don't miss a chance to visit the Botanical Garden on a Green Cape

The Batumi Botanical Garden is situated on the north of of Batumi along the Black Sea. It is very unique among this type of gardens.
At present the Batumi Botanical Garden occupies 114 ha of area and has an important role for the scientific research activities that are carried out. The planting activities on the area began in 1889.

The famous agronomist decorator and the Chief gardener of Batumi M. Dalfons carried out a big planting activities in the area. He was amused by the warm mild climate of the Batumi seaside and decided to create another "Riviera". He imported rare decorative plants from the South of France.

Among the initiators of planting activities on the Black Sea coast are Professor Andria Krasnov and the well-known geographer and botanist P. Tatarinov.

A. Kranov had suggested the project of land utilization, according to which the botanical gardens was planted. He had contacts with the world-known scientist-agronomists abroad who provided Mr. Krasnov systematically with the scientific literature, seeds and grafts. After Krasnov’s death (1914) his friend and collaborator I. Gordesiani took his position. A. Krasnov was buried in the Batumi Botanical Gardens.

Under the supervision of Gordesiani the departments of Japanese, Chinese, Mexico, Australia, Chile, New Zealand, America and Europe were planted. Alongside the abovementioned departments there are departments of Asia, the countries of Far East, Himalaya and the Tropical mountains.



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