But no tribute compares to this monument standing in Batumi, Georgia.
The uniqueness of Batumi’s subtropical microclimate becomes especially obvious as you’re walking under palm trees or swimming in the Black Sea, while at the same time admiring majestic Caucasus mountain range covered in snow.Blanketed in white in the winter months, the city takes on a more romantic air. Boulevard: Running for several kilometers along the coast, this grand avenue is intersected by large parks, golden-domed cathedrals, cafes, squares, tennis courts and decorative pools.There are numerous places you must not return without seeing, because you too are going to love Batumi. Batumi State Park: This park on Batumi’s coastal strip is a virtual island of green on a shore of blue.But here's a love story you probably haven't heard: Ali and Nino.
Written by Azerbaijani author who goes by the name Kurban Said, the novel depicts a romantic affair between a Muslim boy, Ali, and Georgian princess, Nino.
Meanwhile semi-tropical rains, heavy especially in spring and fall, endow the city with alluring green parks and gardens.