In Georgian health resort city - Batumi was opened Chacha Tower, it's a tower- fountain,
where instead of water will flow traditional Georgian grape vodka – chacha.
From now on, to try the strong drink will be available for citizens and guests of Batumi. The opening ceremony an unusual fountain was attended by Mayor of Batumi Jemal Ananidze and Chairman of Government of Adjara Levan Varshalomidze.
Attendees of the ceremony were able to taste chacha from a special installation.
"The construction of the tower was of great interest, and many more during the project period have expressed a desire to visit Batumi, to see it," - said the representative of the Department of Tourism of Adjara David Kiladze.
It was noted earlier that the alcohol will flow from the fountain once a week for 15 minutes. Height of chacha-tower is 25 meters. The construction was financed by the Municipality of Batumi. The sum amounted 810,000 Gel ($ 488,000).
The main idea of installation of a fountain is tourists' attraction in the city.
Chacha – is a strong Georgian liquor belonging to the class of grape brandy is made from grapes. Strength of the drink is about 70 degrees. Chacha is produced both in factories and at home. For its production are usually used grapes of rqatsiteli sort.
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