Baghdati is one of the oldest villages in the historical Imereti region.  Its name shares the same origins as the name of the capital of Iraq, Baghdād: Bagh 'god' and dāti 'given', which can be translated as "God-given" or "God's gift" in the Pahlavi language.
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Batumi is located on the site of the ancient Greek colony in Colchis called "Bathus" or "Bathys" – derived from (Greek: βαθύς λιμεν, bathus limen; or βαθύς λιμήν, bathys limin; lit. the "deep harbor"). Under Hadrian (c. 117–138 AD), it was converted into a fortified Roman port and later deserted for the fortress of Petra founded in the time of Justinian I (c. 527–565). Garrisoned by the Roman-Byzantine forces, it was formally a possession of the kingdom of Lazica until bein...
In the 15th century in the reign of the prince Kakhaber Gurieli, the Ottoman Turks conquered the town and its district but did not hold them. They returned to it in force a century later and inflicted a decisive defeat on the Georgian armies at Sokhoista. Batumi was recaptured by the Georgians several times, first in 1564 by prince Rostom Gurieli, who lost it soon afterwards, and again in 1609 by Mamia II Gurieli. In 1614, Batumi again became part of the Ottoman Empire....
Imperial Russian rule
It was the last Black Sea port annexed by Russia during the Russian conquest of that area of the Caucasus. In 1878, Batumi was annexed by the Russian Empire in accordance with the Treaty of San Stefano between Russia and the Ottoman Empire (ratified on March 23) . Occupied by the Russians on August 28, 1878, the town was declared a free port until 1886. It functioned as the center of a special military district until being incorporated in the Government of...
Batumi has a humid subtropical climate (Cfa) according to Köppen's classification. The city's climate is heavily influenced by the onshore flow from the Black Sea and is subject to the orographic effect of the nearby hills and mountains, resulting in significant rainfall throughout most of the year, making Batumi the wettest city in both Georgia and the entire CaucasusRegion. The average annual temperature in Batumi is approximately 14 °C (57 °F). J...
According to the March 31, 2008, decision of the Batumi City Council, Batumi is divided into seven boroughs, those of:
Notable people who are from or have resided in Batumi:
The city is served by Batumi Airport, one of three international airports in the country.A bike-sharing scheme named BatumVeloallows you to rent a bicycle on the street with a smart card. The port of Batumi is on one of the routes of China's proposed Eurasian Land Bridge(part of the "New Silk Road"), which would see an eastern freight link to China via Azerbaijan and the Caspian Sea, and a western link by ferry to Ukraine and on to Europe.
Twin towns – sister cities
Batumi is twinnedwith: 1. Wrocław, Poland, 2019
12/06/2022 · Akhaltsikhe (Georgian: ახალციხე [ɑxɑltsʰixɛ], literally "new castle"; formerly known as Lomsia Georgian: ლომსია) is a small city in Georgia's southwestern region (mkhare) of Samtskhe–Javakheti. It is situated on both banks of a small river Potskhovi, which divides the city between the old city in the north and new in the south.
hace 3 días · Tbilisi (English: / t ə b ɪ ˈ l iː s i, t ə ˈ b ɪ l ɪ s i / tə-bil-EE-see, tə-BIL-iss-ee; Georgian: თბილისი ()), in some languages still known by its pre-1936 name Tiflis (/ ˈ t ɪ f l ɪ s / TIF-liss), is the capital and the largest city of Georgia, lying on the banks of the Kura River with a population of approximately 1.5 million people.