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Category Archives: Georgia
AKHALTSIKHE Or, Achaltsik (old spelling). Town in southern Georgia, on a tributary of the River Kura, not far from the Turkish border. It was acquired, with the surrounding district, by Russia from the Ottoman Empire in 1829. Advertisements
AJARIA See ADZHARIA.
ADZHARIA Adjaria; Ajaria. Autonomous Republic in southwestern Georgia; capital Batumi. It lies at the western end of the Lesser Caucasus, on the eastern shores of the Black Sea, and bordering on Turkey. The region, on the edge of the Byzantine … Continue reading
ABASGIA See ABKHAZIA.