Batumi is the last stop in Georgia, the most European city in Georgia.
Even in July, you can feel a touch of coolness at the Black Sea in Batumi. Several people went to the Church of Our Lady during the day and brought a book on the shaded bench in the yard. Sitting and watching for an hour, accompanied by humming and the shade under the tree, sitting on the right side of an amiable grandfather, holding a book in his hand, then falling asleep, gently screaming, my friend called me to leave At that time, I gently got up and took off a leaf that fell on his clothes.
The afternoon sun was warm, but extremely gentle, like the wind of the Black Sea, like the trees in the yard, like the shyness of the hands raised between lovers.
The church was built in 1900 and was once used as a Catholic church and is now open as an Orthodox church. The entire church is close to the city centre and the market is near Batumi. When you find a very interesting phenomenon, no matter where you go, the street or the church, you will always be begging in a neat old man. They don't want the general beggars to chase you for money, but they stand straight and bury their heads in their clothes, only one hand proudly waiting for the gold coins.
After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, Georgia became the first country to be the first to declare independence on April 9, 1991. As a beautiful country with a beautiful scenery, rich natural landscape and rich customs, the beautiful Caucasian country of the United States has been hailed as a beautiful world both at home and abroad.
Most of the existing buildings in the Old City were built after the invasion of the Persian Agha Mohammad Shah in 1795. There are a large number of important historical and religious buildings in the city, and the style of the intersection of East and West remains intact. Transportation, dining and accommodation are very convenient.
Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia and the political, economic, cultural and educational center. It is an important transportation hub in the Caucasus. It is located between the Greater Caucasus and the Little Caucasus, on the banks of the Kura River in central and eastern Georgia, and also in Georgia. The largest city. Tbilisi is divided into two parts: the old city and the new city. The old city waterfront, the city has curved alleys, old castles, and the church built in the 5th century and the former Georgian palace.
The church scattered in the old city is definitely higher than the residential area in terms of volume and shape, and it has become the center of its own small area. Most of the churches come from the distant Middle Ages, dark but full of warm candlelight, and it is precisely this atmosphere that creates a quiet, warm, mournful neighborhood. The hierarchical relationship between the church and the dwellings is linked to each other and spread like a root.