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Mosque Batumi, Batumi

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Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Landmark
The Batumi Mosque (Georgian: ბათუმის მეჩეთი, batumis mecheti, orta jame) is a mosque in Batumi, Adjara, Georgia, which is a home to a sizable Muslim community. It was commissioned by the family of Aslan Beg (the equivalent of duke) Khimshiashvili, a Muslim Georgian nobleman in 1886. The walls of the mosque were painted by the Laz brothers. The mosque is popularly known as the "Jamia in the middle" ("ორთა ჯამე", orta jame) for it once stood in between two other mosques which have not survived.
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  • It’s the only mosque in batumi It’s great place to visit during on vacation in batumi nice area and the mosque looks so nice  more »
  • Completed in 1886 not long after Adjara was ceded to Russia by the Ottoman Turks. I found the architecture fairly regular and functional, not as elaborate as one would expect in a city with such a...  more »
  • It's kind of pointless to go there since there is no information given and women aren't allowed to go in (just a small corner from which you can't see anything). So not a place for tourists. It is a nice mosque though.
  • Biggest in Batumi and Jumaa prayer is good. Toilets need to be more cleaned and improved

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