This beautiful port city on the Black Sea coast and is located in the southwestern part of Georgia. Batumi to Tbilisi distance is 400 km.
Batumi, Adjara Autonomous Republic’s city center and the treaty between the Ottoman Empire (Turkey) and the former Soviet Union in 1921 was a part of Georgia called the “Kars” and “wills” was given to the Turks and the city continues remained in Georgia.
Batons in the Achaemenid period, the possessions of the Iranian Achaemenid kings were counted.
The city in ancient Roman harbors Batus, which attributed its construction to Adrianus was built.
Batumi area of 1937 square kilometers (750 square miles) and its height, the height of the seas, is zero. Batumi population according to the last census in 2015, 155000 people.
Like other Black Sea ports of Batumi climate with high humidity and relatively high rainfall throughout the year and an average temperature of 14 degrees Celsius throughout the year.
The annual average rainfall of 2718 mm and the wettest month of September, with 335 mm of rainfall.
Batumi serves as an important port and a commercial center. It is situated in a subtropical zone, rich in agricultural produce such as citrus fruit and tea. While industries of the city include shipbuilding, food processing, and light manufacturing, most of its economy revolves around tourism. Since 2010, the face of the city has been transformed by the construction of new high-rise landmark buildings and the renovation of the Old Town.
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