In Likani, the mountains lie on the edge of the river Mtkvari forest-park where millions of trees and coniferous trees delight. In the center of the park is the Romanov Palace, surrounded by decorative plants and squares. The palace was built by Nikoloz Mikheil Roman Romanov, the great Russian chief of the Russian Emperor Alexander II in 1892-1995 by architect Leonti Benuas. The Palace Complex consists of 7 buildings. The main palace is built in mauritanian style and is characterized by original architecture - it has different forms from all sides. The park began to grow at the end of XIX c. It consists of 45 hectares, including 16 hectares of forest, 3 hectare farms, and the rest of the area includes decorative plants and parched buildings. In the park there are rare varieties of trees, including: Spanish sochi, brown beech, silver spruce, red chestnut - more than 250 species of coniferous, leafy and bushy plants are grown in the garden.