One of the major tourist attractions of Batumi is unusually designed. It combines the patterns of DNA and Georgian alphabet.
Decorating the Europe Square, this clock chimes a melody on every full hour. You can also find astronomical information here.
This square is the central meeting and entertainment point of the city. Its name is derived from its distinct Italian style.
The Church of the Mother of God in Batumi is a Georgian Orthodox cathedral, originally built as a Catholic church early in the 1900s.
The Batumi Synagogue is a synagogue in Batumi, Adjara, Georgia. It was built by Semyon Vulkovich in 1904.
The Church of the Holy Spirit is a Roman Catholic church in the Black Sea city of Batumi, Georgia’s autonomous republic of Adjara.
This 19th-century church used to served as a planetarium in the Soviet times. Currently, it is used by Armenian diaspora again.
The Medea statue is a monument to Medea, a Colchian Princess of the Greek mythology erected in Batumi, Georgia.