Adjara has been an autonomous republic of Georgia since 1921. Adjara is the region of Black Sea coast and borders Republic of Turkey in the south. There is only one Adjara marked on a map, but there are actually two different Adjaras. One of them is famous in whole Georgia, as the Black Sea coastline of Achara is very touristic. It is situated between Kobuleti and the small border village of Sarpi. Among them is located Batumi – a developing seaside city, port and sea resort on the Black Sea coast, which is also a cultural center of Adjara. There is another different Adjara. It is a mountainous part of Georgia with its wooden traditional houses and white minarets steeped in green forests, old people full of energy and work almost without rest. Due to the subtropical climate of Adjara, exotic plants are blossoming here very easily.