6 May Park of Batumi is an ancient garden in Georgia. It has more than 130 years history. The park was constructed in 1881 by the direction of the famous gardener Ressler. In 1885, for the park’s and boulvard’s reconstruction works, famous Franch gardener Michael Dalfonse was invited. The total area of park’s territory was 78 000 square meters for this period of time. Concerning garden, it was named as Alexander’s Garden, for the honour of the famous Imperator of Russia. In 1932, the garden was reconstructed as cultural and recreational park, in 1933 as a park for kids, later on as pioneers’ camp, and since 2006 its name is 6 May Park.
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