Samegrelo a historic province in the western part of Georgia, formerly also known as Odishi. It is inhabited by the Megrelians, an ethnic group of the South Caucasia.Samegrelo - one of the richest and most beautiful regions of Georgia. Its ancient history is made even more attractive this region. Samegrelo is Located between several rivers: Tshenisttskali, Rioni Tekhura and also borders the Black Sea. People have their own language in Samegrelo. The first theater'' Othello'' was performed here and specifically in the village Bandza. Samegrelo can boast with the old monuments.
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Dadiani Palace

The museum is one of the oldest in the Caucasus region, and currently houses more than 45,000 items, ranging from the second millennium BC to the end of the 19th century AD. Some of the most interesting items include Napoleon’s death mask dated 1833, a Napoleonic library of several hundred volumes, private letters, and Napoleonic silver and chinaware.

The Khobi Monastery

The Khobi Monastery dates back to the 13th-14th centuries, it is located in the village of Nojikhevi, some 30 kilometers from Zugdidi. The church is decorated with beautiful frescos and wall ornaments. During the middle ages the Khobi Monastery served as the seat of the Catholicos Patriarch of Georgia.

Canyon of Intsra

The cave is located within the basin of the river Instra; inside the cave you will find numerous stalactites, stalagmites and helictites. The water flowing out of the cave creates a 26 meter high beautiful waterfall.

Kolkheti National Park

Kolkheti National Park is located in western Georgia. It includes east coast line of Black Sea and Lake Paliastomi basin. National Park is created in order to protect and maintain Kolkheti wetland ecosystems of International importance.Districts of the national park are located on 5 administrative regions – Zugdidi, Khobi, Senaki, Abasha and Lanchkuti and are part of two historic parts of Georgia – Samegrelo and Guria.

The Enguri Dam

The Enguri Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Enguri River in Georgia. Currently it is the world's second highest concrete arch dam with a height of 271.5 metres (891 ft). It is located north of the town Jvari. It is part of the Enguri hydroelectric power station (HES) which is partially located in Abkhazia, the separatist region of Georgia.