Batumi is the second largest city in Georgia, the main tourist center of the country and as they say, “the Pearl of the Black Sea”.
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Adjara is well-known as one of the most beautiful regions in Georgia, Adjara is situated in southwest Georgia on the Black Sea coastline. It is spread over 3,794 sq.km. along the Black Sea with a population of about 349,000 people. Adjarian (origins of Adjara) are an ethnographic group of Georgians living mainly in south-western Georgia. They speak Georgian but some of them still use the local dialect, but if you speak Georgian, you understand it easily. The written language is also Georgian. The main percentage of Adjarians are Georgians, but still there are a lot of minorities living in the region: Russians, Armenians, Pontic Greeks, etc.