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Batumi, Georgia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I don't usually get all that interested in modern art but this piece is changing my mind. 2 separate metal skeletons on a mechanical base that join to make one before parting again. A nice shady bench seat to await the revolution and see the...More

Thank Grader07
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Popular place , pearl of the batumi boulevard . Everyone should visit it . It's great construction , and beautiful

Thank Mario V
Reviewed 1 week ago

Uncommon and very interesting sculpture, which is constantly moving. It's worth waiting few more minutes to see how they are moving towards each other to connect and pass through each other. You find the monument even more interesting, when you read about Ali and Nino's...More

Thank Ewa S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Best to watch at dark as the movement and colors are enhanced by lighting. Takes approx. 8-10 minutes for a full cycle.

Thank Shim S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

One of the rare piece of art which is modern and innovative. The love of Ali and Princess Nina is depicted in the work of art. A modern moving sculpture which ensures both bodies move into each other. Well expressed. A must in Batumi.

Thank Nouzab
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This modern art statue of man and a woman is beautiful. The statues merge.You will not miss this as it's on the boulevard.

Thank SE s
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Look for the Ferris wheel and you'll find the statue. It was a little smaller than I imagined and wasn't working, however it was worth a look. It's free and the story behind them is interesting, so do swot up!

Thank TravelMoreMiles
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We came to visit the statue on consecutive days. When we were first looking for the statue we knew it was near the alphabet tower and kept walking hoping to see it. We accidentally stumbled across it as it's very small (about 8ft tall). In...More

Thank Laurenjayne1102
Reviewed September 5, 2018

The idea of this monument is deep and symbolic, bewitched especially in night illumination - so it's especially worth seeing in the evening.

Thank Olga S
Reviewed August 31, 2018

there are no lighting to light up the status, and it is way smaller than it looks in the pictures, good to see though.

Thank Jean S
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Jessica C
April 1, 2018|
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Response from シグレン パ | Reviewed this property |
Hi Jessica C! I’m really sorry as I’ve just recently checked in again. Hope you were able to visit and had a good time. Our local guide said it’s best to visit Batumi in Summer. As for Ali-Nino, it’s constant moving as far... More
September 9, 2016|
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Response from minasilver2016 | Reviewed this property |
it,s not open all the 24 hours in day.. it has been closed around midnight