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One of the most popular and beautiful parts of Georgia, is located in the southwestern part, on the coast of the Black Sea. As an autonomous republic, it has its own flag and coat of arms, and borders Turkey to the south.

In the 1st century it was from Adjara that Christianity began to spread in Georgia, which was declared a state religion in the 4th century. Apostles St. Andrew and Simon Kananit preached Christianity here

Today Adjara is an example of peaceful coexistence of many religious confessions. Here you can find Christian and Muslim monuments, synagogue, Catholic and Armenian churches.

The administrative center of the region is the Black Sea gem Batumi, which was built in the 20's by European architects, and today is the symbol of many architectural innovations. Batumi was named one of the best tourist destinations by American Academy of Hospitality in 2012, and according to Forbes the city is one of the five best resorts for vacationing in the "Velvet Season".

Apart from Batumi beach you can also relax on Sarpi, Gonio, Tsikhisdziri, Green Cape and Kobuleti beaches, which host many tourists.

Holidaymakers are particularly attracted by the nature of Adjara, which is represented in a variety of climatic zones and has retained its pristine appearance to this day.
 

What to see:

  • FORTRESS MUSEUM GONIO-APSAROS
  • PETRA CASTLE
  • BATUMI ARCHEOLOGICAL MUSEUM
  • ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM "BORDJGALO"
  • ART MUSEUM OF ADJARA
  • HARITON AKHVLEDIANI MUSEUM
  • NOBEL BROTHERS MUSEUM OF TECHNOLOGY
  • BATUMI CONTEMPORARY ART SPACE
  • BATUMI STATE PROFESSIONAL DRAMA THEATRE NAMED AFTER ILYA CHAVCHAVADZE
  • BATUMI PROFESSIONAL THEATRE OF PUPPETS AND YOUNG SPECTATORS
  • STATE PROFESSIONAL HULA THEATRE
  • "DANCING FOUNTAINS
  • BATUMI DOLPHINARIUM
  • Batumi Boulevard

Interesting about Georgia

"He who is in a hurry is always late", says Georgian folklore, and it has to be admitted that in today's world, where speed is only increasing, taking time has become of the essence.
 
So it's worth heeding the advice of the Georgians and visiting their homeland of endlessly powerful experiences.
 
Here, we give you some reasons why.

Tskhaltubo

Tskhaltubo is a balneological resort town located in Imereti, in the central part of western Georgia. The resort is located in the valley of the river of the same name, Tskaltubo, at an altitude of 100 m above sea level, surrounded by picturesque hills covered with evergreen shrubs and deciduous forests. The resort owes its fame to the unique properties of its mineral radon water, which has been popular in Georgia since ancient times. The first mention of Tskhaltuba water dates back to the VII century, and it was first mentioned as a health resort already in the XII-XIII centuries.

Tskhaltubo was first used as a balneological resort many centuries ago - the kings and their courtiers loved to improve their health with the local mineral water. Later, after Georgia's annexation to the Russian Empire Russian nobles and military officers became majority of resort visitors.

In the beginning, people used to use Tskhaltubo mineral water in bathhouses of the town, but they were completely destroyed and have not survived until today. According to one version, the town got its name due to the warm thermal springs: "Tskaltubo" means "warm water" in Mingrelian. In 1920. Tskhaltubo officially acquires the status of a balneological resort and its mineral springs pass under state control, but development of the resort begins a little later in 1926.

Climate:

From the northeast Tskhaltubo is adjoined by the spurs of the Samguralsky ridge, which belongs to the mountain system of the Greater Caucasus and has a barrier function, protecting the resort from cold northern winds. To the south, the Colchis Depression juts out towards the Black Sea. The resort is situated in a subtropical zone with a mild and humid climate. Winter is mild, with the coldest months being in January and February, but don't be alarmed, the average temperature in winter is +5 with almost no snow. Summers are very warm, moderately humid with an average temperature of +24. Sunny days tend to prevail.

What to see:

  • Prometheus Cave
  • Sightseeing tour in Kutaisi
  • National reserve Staplia
  • Okatse and Martvili Canyons

Mineral Waters:

"Tskhaltubo treats everything". This is certainly an exaggeration, but it is not too far from the truth. It is scientifically proven that thermal water in Tskhaltubo can cure up to 70 illnesses and the range of illnesses is quite broad. It is recommended by the doctors to undergo a course of treatment that lasts 10 to 20 days.

The natural temperature of the water is +33-35°C, which makes it usable without prior heating. The mineral water is characterised by rather stable physico-chemical properties. The effective curative and preventive properties of mineral waters are explained by their extremely complex composition and peculiar combination of the main ingredients of their salt composition.

A distinctive feature of Tskhaltuba baths is their milder action compared to the Narzan and Matsestinskie baths, so they are much easier to tolerate and the indications for their use is somewhat broader. Unique radon, chloride-hydrocarbonate-sulfate, sodium-magnesium-calcium waters can treat such diseases as diseases of musculoskeletal system, cardiovascular system and nervous system, skin and endocrine disorders, gynecological diseases, metabolic disorders, etc. While radon water is mostly used for baths, the other waters are used for inhalations, irrigations, and other specific therapeutic purposes.

The main component of Tskhaltuba water is radon, which causes certain reactions in the body through the skin and respiratory tracts, affecting cell and tissue structures. The water from Tskhaltuba also has curative and preventive effects: it enhances immunity, supports the body's defence and adaptive powers, strengthens the barrier function of the lymphatic system. In order to decide which bath you require, you should consult a doctor. Your doctor will do an examination and only then will prescribe a specific bath.

Main indications for spa treatment.

1. Diseases of the locomotive system (degenerative diseases of the spine and large joints, etc.)

2. Musculoskeletal system diseases (osteochondrosis, ankylosing spondylarthritis, Bechterew's disease, arthrosis arthritis, polyarthritis, etc.)

3. Cardiovascular system (hypertension, hypotension, IBS, etc.)

4. Diseases of the Central Nervous System (neurocirculatory distonia, post traumatic encephalopathy, migraine, residual effects of stroke, etc.)

5. Diseases of peripheral vessels and nerves (thrombophlebitis, endarteritis, varicose veins, plexitis, neuritis, etc.)

6. Gynecological diseases (chronic inflammatory diseases of appendages, infertility, adhesions, etc.)

7. Skin diseases (psoriasis, eczema, neurodermatitis, diathesis, etc.)

8. Diseases of the endocrine system (obesity, diabetes, gout, thyrotoxicosis obesity, metabolic disorders, etc.)

CONTRAINDICATIONS: benign and malignant tumours, epilepsy, all acute diseases, leucopenia of any etiology.

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