Chacha Tower (Georgian: ჭაჭის კოშკი) is a clock tower located in Batumi, Georgia. It was built in 2012 by the city council with a cost of one million Georgian laris. The tower is 25 m (82 ft) high and has four fountains. It is a replica of the Clock Tower in İzmir, Turkey. Georgian chacha comes out of the fountains of the tower instead of water. The tower hosts a tourism information center.
As of 2015, the chacha fountain was reportedly nonfunctioning.
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