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Borjomi resort

Borjomi is a resort town in south-central Georgia. The town is famous for its mineral water industry (which is the number one export of Georgia), the Romanov summer palace in Likani, and the World Wide Fund for Nature-site Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park.
In the Middle Ages, the area of what is now Borjomi was part of the Tori province.
The toponym Borjomi is first recorded in the 1810s. The viceroy Mikhail Vorontsov, fascinated by local landscape and mineral waters, made Borjomi his summer residence and refurnished it with new parks. Its warm climate, mineral water springs, and forests made Borjomi a favorite summer resort for the aristocracy, and gave it its popular name of "the pearl of Caucasus". In the 1860s, new hotels were built, and an administration for mineral waters was established. In 1871, Borjomi was bestowed upon the royal family member, Grand Duke Mikhail Nikolayvich, then the viceroy of the Caucasus. In the 1890s, Mikhail’s son, Nikolay, built a park and a chateau at Likani, at the western end of Borjomi.
Borjomi water is sourced from a 1,500 year old volcanic spring where the natural pressure of carbon dioxide pushes water to the surface from 10km underground.
Unlike many sodium bicarbonate waters, Borjomi spring water does not have to time to cool before reaching the surface at a temperature of 38-41oC. On its journey upwards, the rocks of the Caucasian mountains enrich the water with over 60 different mineral compounds.
Borjomi spring water is beneficial in the treatment of diabetes and joint and connective tissue diseases due to its mineral properties. It is also highly recommended for intensive physical activity, working in hot climates or high temperature environments; for people living at high altitudes and those on low calorie diets or who are underweight.
Borjomi mineral water has been used for centuries to treat chronic gastritis, gastric and duodenal ulcers, chronic diseases of the liver and bile ducts, gallstones, kidney stones, urinary tract infections and respiratory diseases.

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