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South- West of Georgia has always been distinguished for its agriculture as well as folkloric and artistic history. The study of these ancient traditions played a great role in the decision of Kemal Turmanidze to make folk crafts museum. Which is...more
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It was nice to visit ,give u a short trip in the museum about culture of Georgia ,and entrench not expensive 10 lari ,and not far ,it’s close from center ,from central Batumi to there by a taxi not more than 10 lari ..
I spent really nice time during my visit. Great knowledge and Perfect english/russian of my guide Tamta made me feel like traveling in time to beautifull past of Georgia. It was helpfull to understand the culture and fulfilled my exploration of Georgian history. I can...More
I was reading about the place o TA and when we arrived last week to Batumi I've asked my tour guide to visit, he never been there so it was a good surprise for him too.
It takes about 30 min drive from the center...More
This is a very interesting and cute private museum that has been created by one Georgian artist, who himself gathered all the pieces and devoted more than 30 years of his life to create this amazing little museum with lots of pieces that count a...More
We were treated to a very informative, personal tour by a pleasant guide in very good English. The whole visit only takes around 30 mins but is a whirlwind of interesting tidbits of Georgian history and culture. It was quite unique to meet and speak...More
My friends and I were looking for something to do with our free time in Batumi (apart from gorging on khachapuri) and decided to visit the Borjgalo museum. We weren't sure what to expect apart from having read rave reviews on TripAdvisor prior to arriving....More
The most interesting attraction in Batumi. The guide is fantastic - really interesting stories, knowledgeable, super friendly and fluent in Russian and English. Visiting the museum is like stepping back in time to see/experience Adjarian lifestyle 100 years ago. The displays are authentic and show...More
It is amazing Georgian museum. It made by enthusiastic man. Museum shows Adjarian lifestyle and village life 100years ago. It is impress and make to think. It’s worth to visit this amazing place for broaden your mind.