Chacha tower is really interesting tourist attraction site in Georgia's Black Sea resort town of Batumi. Originally built in 2012, it was meant to feature Georgian national spirit chacha fountain instead of water. 

It has been noted that noted that chacha will flow once a week for 15 minutes. Frankly speaking I have never seen chacha flowing here yet.

Chacha Tower in Batumi

Chacha Tower in Batumi

The tower is surrounded by 4 fountain pools, near which the dispensers with sensor taps are installed.

Chacha dispensers

Chacha dispensers 

Construction of 25-meter Chacha Tower costed around 800,000 Georgian Lari (around 500,000 USD) to Batumi City Hall, which financed the project. Tower was constructed in traditional style

Chacha tower in Batumi

Chacha tower in Batumi

Chacha is a strong Georgian spirit, sometimes described as grape brandy or grappa.