About Sights – Batumi Lighthouse

The 21-meter stone lighthouse situated in Miracle Park in the city of Batumi (Georgian: ბათუმი) on Georgia’s Black Sea coast was built by French engineers in 1882. Batumi’s first lighthouse was built in 1863 during Ottoman rule, while the Russians erected a second one in 1878.

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Miracle Park is situated on the last stretch of Batumi Seafront Boulevard and also contains the Alphabet Tower, the Statue of Love and the Ferris Wheel.

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The lighthouse previously had white lights, but they have been changed to red.

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Georgia About recommends a visit to Batumi’s historic lighthouse!

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