Atlas of Abkhazia

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Abkhazia

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Flag of separatist Abkhazia

logo of Abkhazian Autonomous Republic

Аҧсны
აფხაზეთი
Абхазия

Аҧсуа Аҧсны - Аҧсны Аҳәынҭқарра[1]

Аҧсны Аҳәынҭқарра. Амраҭашәаратә Кавказ Аҧсны Аҳәынҭқарра иҟоуп. Атерриториа – 8 700-кмк2; аҳәынҭқарра иаланхо – 214 016-ҩык (2003 ш.).

Русский Абхазия - Республика Абхазия[2]

Абхазия — государственное образование, бывшая автономная республика (Абхазская АССР) в составе Грузинской ССР, формально является частью Республики Грузия. Фактически бо́льшая часть территории Абхазии центральными властями Грузии не контролируется. Независимость Абхазии признана Российской Федерацией.

English Abkhazia - Republic of Abkhazia / Abkhazian Autonomous Republic

Abkhazia is a de facto independent republic within the de jure borders of ► Georgia, on the eastern coast of the Black Sea, bordering the ► Russian Federation, with ► Karachay-Cherkessia to the north. Abkhazia’s independence is not recognized by any international organization or country (except for Russia and Nicaragua) and is regarded as an autonomous republic of Georgia (Georgian: აფხაზეთის ავტონომიური რესპუბლიკა, Abkhaz: Аҧснытәи Автономтәи Республика), with Sukhumi as its capital.


Short name  Abkhazia
Official  name Republic of Abkhazia / Abkhazian Autonomous Republic
Status De-facto independent country since 1992, de jure part of Georgia
Location Caucasus
Capital Аҟəа[3] (Sukhumi)
სოხუმი[4]
Сухуми[5]
Population 300,000 inhabitants
Area 8,600 km²
Major  languages Abkhazian, Russian, Mingrelian
Major  religions Orthodox, Islam
More information Abkhazia, Geography of Abkhazia, History of Abkhazia and Politics of Abkhazia
More  images Abkhazia - Abkhazia (Category).

General maps

Location of Abkhazia in Europe.png Location map of Abkhazia
Location of Abkhazia in Europe2.png Location map of Abkhazia
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Abkhazia map-fr.svg General map of Abkhazia
Abkhazia detail map2.png Map of Abkhazia
Abkhazia detail map.png Map of Abkhazia
Abkhazia Map Apsny.svg Abkhaz-language vector map of Abkhazia
Карта Абхазии обзорная.svg Russian-language vector map of Abkhazia
Abkhazia summary map.png Map of Abkhazia
Abkhazia02.png Map of Abkhazia
Abchazja.jpg Map of Abkhazia
Flag map of Abkhazia.svg Flag map of Abkhazia
Abkhazia Districts map.svg Administrative divisions
AbkhaziaLocator.jpg Blank map
Abkhazia Locator map.svg Blank map
Mapa Abjasia fisico.svg Physical map

History maps

This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Abkhazia, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Abkhazia.

Contents

General history

  Colchis
  Colchis in the 6th century BC
  Colchis around 300 BCE
  Colchis in 290 BC
  Colchis in the second century BC
  Colchis in 80 BC
  Pontus in 80 BC
  Colchis in 100 AD
  Lazika/Colchis in 200 AD
  Abkhazians and Abasgians in 250 AD
  Abkhazians and Abasgians in 300 AD
  Lazika in 350 AD
  Kingdom of Lazika
  Lazika in 385 AD
  Lazika, 4th-6th century
  Lazika in 565 AD
  Roman-Persian frontier and state of Lazika in 565 AD
  The Persian Sassanian Empire (226-650) in 602 to 629, Strokes: Under Sassanid military control.
  Sassanide Empire
  Sassanide Empire
  Abkhazia in the 8th century
  Abkhazia in 750 AD
  Abkhazia in 800 AD
  Kingdom of Abkhazia in 850 AD
  Kingdom of Abkhazia in 900 AD
  Kingdom of Abkhazia in 1000 AD
  Kingdom of Abkhazia, 9th-11th century
  Map showing changes in borders of the Mongol Empire from founding by Genghis Khan in 1206, Genghis Khan's death in 1227 to the rule of Kublai Khan (1260–1294). (Uses modern day borders)
   Mongol Empire

By 1294 the empire had split into:

   Empire of the Great Khan (Yuan Dynasty)
[[|border|251x400px]] Abkhazia in the late 16th century
  Expansion of the Ottoman Empire
  Ottoman Empire in 1600
  Ottoman Empire in 1683
  Ottoman Empire in 1683
  Ottoman Empire in 1683
  Ottoman Empire in 1683
  Ottoman Empire in 1683
  Ottoman Empire in 1699
  Ottoman Empire in 1718
  Ottoman Empire in 1739
  Ottoman Empire in 1774
  Russian conquest of Caucasus, 1801-1878
  Russian Caucasus in 1878-1914
  Russian provinces in Caucasus, 19th-20th century
  Okrug of Sujumi, 19th-20th century
[[|border|251x400px]] Abkhazian SSR, 1921-1931
  Abkhazian SSR in 1922
  Abkhazian SSR in 1922
  Abkhazian SSR in 1928
  Abkhazian ASSR, 1952-1991
  Abkhazian ASSR in 1957-1991
  Abkhazian ASSR, 1989

Abkhazian-Georgian conflict

References

  1. Romanization: Aṗsny Aḥwənṭḳarra.
  2. Romanization of Russian according to the BGN/PCGN standard: Abkhaziya - Respublika Abkhaziya. Another used romanization is the ISO 9 standard.
  3. Romanization: Aqwa.
  4. Romanization: Sokhumi.
  5. Romanization of Russian according to the BGN/PCGN standard: Sukhumi. Another used romanization is the ISO 9 standard.
  1993 war
  1993 war
  Abkhazia in 1994
  Administrative divisions (pre-1995)
  Administrative divisions (pre-1995)
  Georgian administrative divisions
  Administrative divisions (pre-1995)
  Administrative divisions (pre-1995)
  Abkhazia and Georgia
  Abkhazia and Georgia
  Abkhazia and Georgia
  Abkhazia and Georgia
  Abkhazia and Georgia
  Abkhazia and Georgia
  Abkhazia and Georgia
  Abkhazia and Georgia
  Abkhazia and Georgia
  UN security zone in 2007
[[|border|251x400px]] Abkhazian-Georgian conflict by Dr Andrew Anderson - territory controled by Georgians before 2008
[[|border|251x400px]] Abkhazian-Georgian conflict - territory controled by Georgians before 2008
  Kodori Valley - controled by Georgians before 2008
  Situation before 2008 war
  Situation before 2008 war
  Georgian-Abkhaz conflict zone as of June 2008
  2008 war
  2008 war
  2008 war
  2008 war - bombardments
[[|border|251x400px]] 2008 war - maritime conflict
  2008 war - August, 7-8
  2008 war - August, 8
  2008 war - August, 9
  2008 war - August, 10
  2008 war - August, 11
  2008 war - August, 12-16
  Abkhazia in 2008
  Abkhazia in 2008

Ethnic, linguistic and religion maps

  Ethnic map
  Ethnic map
  Abkhaz people in Caucasus
  Abkhaz people in the region
  Mingrelian language in Abkhazia
  Religion in Caucasus

Old maps

  Colchis in ancient Caucasus
  Colchis in ancient Caucasus
  Ottoman Empire in 1700
  Map of Abkhazia from 1843
  Abkhazia in 1882
  Map of Abkhazia from the Brockhaus and Efron dictionary, 1890
  Gubernia of Kutais in 1890-1906
  Map of Abkhazia from 1892
  Map of Abkhazia from 1899
  Abkhazia in 1900
  Ethnic Abkhazians in 1902
  Map of Abkhazia from 1903

Other maps

  Satellite map

Notes and references

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