Today we will visit the historical province of Megrelia, which is located in the western part of Georgia. In the late Middle Ages the Megrels had their own dynasty of the sovereign princes Dadiani. The magnificent and original structure interestingly combines national and imperial motives. The palace was erected in 1873-78 for the princess Ekaterina Dadiani.
Zugdidi State Historical and Ethnographic Museum, which collected more than 40,000 unique historical sites is located in the palace of Dadiani. Another spectaculous site of palace is an archaeological gallery. Also remarkable is the numismatic collection collected by David Dadiani. Collection including the coins of Kolkhida, Rome, Georgia, Poland, Hungary, Byzantium and Russia. Another important part of the gallery is a collection of ancient icons with jeweled casing and religious artifacts. But the main treasure of the museum is the shroud of the Virgin Mary and one of the three posthumous masks of Napoleon.
The next spectaculous site is the largest Enguri HPP in the Caucasus. It is the world’s tallest dam with a height of 271.5 m. The spirit captures when you are there, magnificent mountain landscapes reveals from a massive dam, so it can safely be called one of the most beautiful dams in the world. There is an excellent viewing platform from where is possible descry in every detail not only the dam, but also the surrounding mountains.
Places to visit:
- Dadiani Palace and the Botanical Garden are the main attraction of the city of Zugdidi.
- The Enguri water reservoir is the highest and most beautiful dam in the world.
The completion of schedule. Way back to hotel.
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