The Memorial Statue of Medea

In the Umbras Square, the medieval statue of Medea, a symbol of the prince of Greek mythology, is located. This statue is a symbol of the Greek mythological prince located in Batumi, Georgia . Media is the name of a woman in myths and Greek stories that have been from the region of Kolkhis in Georgia . When Yason came to Kolkhis to find golden wool, she fell in love with him, and helped Yason to fulfill his father’s strict conditions and eventually abducted the golden wool. Then they fled and married. Later, Yason left her to marry Glauca, the daughter of Creon, and killed her with envy and anger, Glacier and Crown and her children. Today, this statue is one of Batumi’s most spectacular places.

 The Memorial Statue of Medea

Another version Medea

According to the poet Eumelus, to whom the fragmentary epic Korinthiaka is usually attributed, Medea killed her children by accident. This deliberate murder of her children by Medea appears to be Euripides’ invention, although some scholars believe Neophron created this alternate tradition.

Batumi is a port city located along the Black Sea that serves as an important port and a commercial center to Europe and other continents. There are many sights in this city that include one of the most spectacular memorial sculptures of Media. On the Europe Batumi Square, the medieval statue of the Medea, a symbol of the Prince of the Greek mythology, is located. Medea(also there is a movie based on it) is one of the first drama left in history.

This statue is a symbol of the Greek mythological prince located in Batumi, Georgia . Media is the name of a woman in myths and Greek stories that have been from the region of Kolkhis in Georgia. When Yason came to Kolkhis to find golden wool, he fell in love with him, and helped Yason to fulfill his father’s strict conditions and eventually abducted the golden wool. Then they fled and married.

Later, Yason left her to marry Glauca, the daughter of Creon, and killed her with envy and anger, Glacier and Crown and her children. Today, this statue is one of Batumi’s most spectacular places.

It has been built in Georgia for the survival of the myth in the city of Batumi on the Black Sea coast, and today it is considered as one of the sights of Batumi, and the mayor of Batumi in 2007 received a statue to build one million Lari was expelled and presented it to Media, “the person who brought Georgia closer to Europe.”

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