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Batumi is a city located in southwest Georgia. It is situated on the Black Sea near to the Turkish border. Originally an ancient Greek colony that nowadays has become the main beach resort. The climate is subtropical and very humid. Batumi is a popular destination that has many historical and architectural monuments.
Batumi is the capital of the province of Adjara. It is the warmest and also the wettest place in Georgia. Under Turkish rule in the seventeenth century it was famous for its slave market. Batumi boasts a unique blend of beautiful coastline framed by luscious mountains. The city is surrounded by tea and citrus plantations. There are many beautiful white buildings here that were constructed during the Art Nouveau period. There is a museum dedicated to Stalin’s short stay here which was between 1901 and 1902. Stalin was a Georgian and came to Batumi to organize a Communist cell at the end of 1901. Georgians still regard Stalin as a great leader and an important native of their land.
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