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Dadiani Palaces Historical and Architectural Museum

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Dadiani Palaces Historical and Architectural Museum

80 Reviews
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karatelpek wrote a review Jul 2020
Tbilisi, Georgia33 contributions4 helpful votes
The building is out of place in an otherwise decrepit town and has the look of a French chateau. While it only costs 5 lari to visit, we were limited to the main Napoleon centric rooms, with his death mask being the star attraction. Had we paid for the Georgian language guide we would have been able to see what was behind the locked room (icons from my quick peak). Worth the visit if you have an afternoon to kill before you head up to Svaneti.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Victor P wrote a review Dec 2019
Cambridge, Massachusetts16 contributions2 helpful votes
First of all, the tickets are less than a dollar per person. For 5 bucks, you can get a Russian/Georgian language tour. Not only Napoleon's, but rather Romanoff's connection is on exhibit. More than the artifacts, I loved the Soviet-era poverty and neglect of the place, purely provincial backwaters. The security guards were so bored that two of them followed me all around the park, only to delegate the surveillance to the ladies of poor lighted, in a need of a dustbuster, palace. Since I was the only visitor at the moment, they all followed me, and, discovering that I speak Russian, opened up on me with massive streams of complaining. About the salaries, about, pensions, about life in general. Never did we mention the contents of the palace in our discourse. I almost led them all out into the courtyard for a warm-up yoga exercise. But not this time. The guards waited for me at the door and followed me till I left the premises at a respectable distance. I decided against the gate and left by climbing over the fence. Friendly people, the M egrelians, despite the appearances.
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Date of experience: October 2019
giorgi b wrote a review Dec 2019
Zugdidi, Georgia20 contributions25 helpful votes
The Dadiani palace the residence of former Megrelian rulers family palace it the must see place in Zugdidi and Georgia. Built in 19th century palace is the home for many interesting things (pieces of art for example) linked with Napoleon’s family and France. Next to the palace located famous Zugdidi botanical garden.See it and you never regret it.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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travellerX49 wrote a review Sep 2019
Warrnambool, Australia409 contributions166 helpful votes
This house may have historical associations but it has been poorly maintained and is in a very bad way. Very little of the furniture, and there isn’t much, is original. Much is made of the association with Napoleon but some of the information is incorrect. The guide at this museum does not speak English and her comments had to be translated by our guide. Don’t waste your time and money going here.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Jully&Emilia wrote a review Jul 2019
6 contributions1 helpful vote
Really nice architecture, not a random building for a small town. Nice garden. Unfortunately the building not really taken care of, as it could look much better if the walls outside would be pollished/cleaned from old signs of water running from the rooves. Would still recommend to pass by, nice place
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Date of experience: July 2019
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