At the initiative of the Ministry of Culture, the design of the restoration of the unique culture house in the Abasha Municipality village of Marani has been completed and its rehabilitation is starting, after which it will become a multicultural center of modern standards.
The building was given the status of a cultural heritage monument in 2016. It is claimed to have been designed by Italian architects.
At the initiative of the Ministry of Culture, the rehabilitation project of the Marani culture house was carried out in December 2021, for which the Ministry spent 133,331 GEL. The design work has since been completed.
The reconstruction-rehabilitation of the Shroma Culture House is currently underway, as a result of which, the historical look of the building, all the architectural elements, and the artistic decor left in the exterior or interior of the building will be fully preserved and restored.
The Shroma Culture House was built in the late 19th, early 20th century.
Due to overhaul and remodeling in the 1980s, only the mosaic floor and brick pattern was kept.