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Adjara

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აჭარა

ქართული აჭარა - აჭარის ავტონომიური რესპუბლიკა[1]

აჭარის ავტონომიური რესპუბლიკა ავტონომიური რესპუბლიკა საქართველოს შემადგენლობაში. რეგიონის საერთაშორისო კოდია: GE-AJ. მოიცავს ისტორიულ–გეოგრაფიული პროვინციების აჭარის და ლაზეთის (ნაწილობრივ) ტერიტორიას.

English Adjara - Autonomous Republic of Adjara
The Autonomous Republic of Adjara is an autonomous republic of ► Georgia, in the southwestern corner of the country, bordered by ► Turkey to the south and the eastern end of the Black Sea. Formerly it was known as Acara, Acarya, or Acaristan under the Ottoman rule and Adjarian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (Adjar ASSR) under the Soviet Union.

Short name Adjara
Official  name Autonomous Republic of Adjara
Status Autonomous republic of ► Georgia
Capital ბათუმი - Batumi
Population 376,016 inhabitants
Area 2,900 km²
Major  languages Georgian
Major  religions Georgian Christian and Islam
More information Adjara, Geography of Adjara, History of Adjara and Politics of Adjara
More  images Adjara - Adjara (Category).

General maps

Un-georgia.png Adjara in Georgia
[[|border|251x400px]] Adjara in Georgia
Georgia administrative map-ru.svg Adjara in Georgia
Regions of Georgia.png Adjara in Georgia
Georgien Regionen.png Adjara in Georgia
Georgia numbered regions.png Adjara in Georgia
Georgia areas.png Adjara in Georgia
Georgien-autonomeRepubliken.png Adjara in Georgia
Georgia.geohive.gif Adjara in Georgia
Georgia districts extended.png Adjara in Georgia
Adjara map.png Map of Adjara
Ajaria02.png Map of Adjara

History maps

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

[[|border|251x400px]] Caucacus 2000-600 BC and state of Colchis
Urartu743.png Urartu at its greatest extent in the time of Sarduris II, 743 BC and state of Colchis
Ge colxida.png state of Colchis
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of Colchis in 600-150 BC
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of Colchis in 600-150 BC
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of Colchis from 550 BC to 120 BC
Caucasus03.png Colchis around 300 BCE
Caucasus 290 BC map de alt.png Colchis in 290 BC
Transcaucasia 2nd BC.jpg Early Georgian states in the second century BC
[[|border|251x400px]] The Region in 189-63 BC
[[|border|251x400px]] Early Georgian states 150 BC-600 AD
[[|border|251x400px]] Early Georgian states 150 BC-600 AD
Caucasus 80 BC map de.png Pontus in 80 BC
Maps of the Armenian Empire of Tigranes.gif Kingdom of Armenia at its greatest extent under the Artaxiad Dynasty after the conquests of Tigranes the Great and state of Colchis in 80 BC
Ge iberia100.png Georgian states in 100
Asia 200ad.jpg Georgian states in 200
Caucasus 250 AD map alt de.png Georgian states in 250
Caucasus 300 map de.png Georgian states in 300
Ge iberia350.png Georgian states in 350
Ge lazika.png Kingdom of Lazika
Caucasus 385 AD map alt de.png Georgian states in 385
Georgia from IV to VI.jpg Georgian states, 4th-6th century
Caucasus 565 map de.png Georgian states in 565
Roman-Persian Frontier, 565 AD.png Roman-Persian frontier and state of Lazika in 565
Ancient countries of Transcaucasia.jpg Georgian lands in the late Antiquity and early Middle Ages
Arabische Rijk.jpg Expansion of the Caliphate: I: Muhammad; II: Abu Bakr; III: Omar and IV: Othman
[[|border|251x400px]] Caliphate in 632-656
[[|border|251x400px]] Caliphate in 632-661
Rashidmap.gif Caliphate in 656
Califate 750.jpg Caliphate around 750
Califate 750.png Caliphate around 750
Abassid.PNG Abassid Caliphate in 820
Abbasids850.png Abassid Caliphate in 850
Caucasus 750n de.png Georgian states in 750
[[|border|251x400px]] Georgian states in 830-1020
[[|border|251x400px]] Georgian states in 830-1020
Georgian states (830-1020)-fr.svg Georgian states in 830-1020
Caucasus 850 map de.png Georgian states in 850
Caucasus 900 map de.png Georgian states in 900
Caucasus 1000 map de.png Georgian states in 1000
Caucasus 1060n map de.png Georgian states in 1060
Caucasus 1090 AC de.png Georgian states in 1090
David IV map de.png Georgia in 1090-1124
[[|border|251x400px]] Georgia in 1089-1125
Caucasus 1124 AC de.png Georgia in 1124
Georgia XII AS.jpg Georgia in the 12th century
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of Georgia at the peak of her might, 1184-1225
The Georgian Empire of Queen Tamar, ca. 1200.JPG Georgia in 1200
[[|border|251x400px]] Georgia in 1200
[[|border|251x400px]] Georgia in the aftermath of the Mongolian invasion, 1220-1245
Georgia during the reign of King George V.jpg Georgia in 1314-1346
[[|border|251x400px]] Georgia 1450-1500
[[|border|251x400px]] Georgia 1450-1515
[[|border|251x400px]] Georgia 1500-1555
[[|border|251x400px]] Georgia in the late 16th century
Territorial changes of the Ottoman Empire 1566.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1566
Ottoman Empire 16-17th century.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1600
Territorial changes of the Ottoman Empire 1639.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1639
Territorial changes of the Ottoman Empire 1672.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1672
Territorial changes of the Ottoman Empire 1683.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1683
ImperioOtomano1683.png Ottoman Empire in 1683
Ottoman 1683.png Ottoman Empire in 1683
OttomanEmpireIn1683.png Ottoman Empire in 1683
Ottoman empire.svg Ottoman Empire in 1683
Territorial changes of the Ottoman Empire 1699.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1699
Territorial changes of the Ottoman Empire 1718.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1718
Territorial changes of the Ottoman Empire 1739.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1739
[[|border|251x400px]] Georgian states and Ottoman Adjara in 1762
Territorial changes of the Ottoman Empire 1774.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1774
Transcaucasia XIX 01.png Territory of present-day Georgia and Ottoman Adjara in the early 19th century
Transcaucasia XIX 02.png Territory of present-day Georgia and Ottoman Adjara in the early 19th century
Güney Kafkasya 1801-1878.svg Russian conquest of Caucasus, 1801-1878
164BeforeWWI1878-1914s.gif Russian Caucasus in 1878-1914
Gubernias del Caucaso.png Russian provinces in Caucasus, 19th-20th century
Gubernias del Caucaso - Oblast de Batumi - Imperio Ruso.png Oblast Batumi, 19th-20th century
ADR pre-draft 1.png Caucasus in 1918
[[|border|251x400px]] Democratic Republic of Georgia 1918-1920
Conquista soviética del Caucaso - hasta julio 1920.png Georgia in July, 1920
Conquista soviética del Caucaso - hasta diciembre 1920.png Georgia in December, 1920
Conquista soviética del Caucaso - hasta marzo 1921.png Georgia until March, 1921
Conquista soviética del Caucaso - hasta julio 1921.png Georgia in March-July, 1921
Democratic Republic of Georgia map.jpg Democratic Republic of Georgia in May, 1921
[[|border|251x400px]] Soviet invasion of Georgia, 1921
Tratado de Kars 1921 - Adquisiciones turcas.png Treaty of Kars in 1921
Tratado de Kars 1921 - Territorios disputados.png Treaty of Kars in 1921
[[|border|251x400px]] Georgia during Sovietization 1921-1931
Soviet caucasus1922.png Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1922
Georgian soviet republic1922.png Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1922
Caucasiamapussr.gif Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1957-1991
Georgian soviet republic1957 1991.png Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1957-1991
[[|border|251x400px]] Conflicts in Georgia 1989-2004, By Dr Andrew Andersen
1993 Georgia war1.svg Conflict in Georgia in 1993
1993 Georgia war2.svg Conflict in Georgia in 1993
Guerra Osetia 2008 bombardeos.png Russian bombing during the conflict in Georgia in 2008

Old maps

This section holds copies of original general maps more than 70 years old.

Armenia, Colchis, Iberia, Albania, Etc.jpg Colchis in ancient Caucasus
Colchis.jpg Colchis in ancient Caucasus
Caucasus03333.jpg Colchis in ancient Caucasus
1842 map of Caucasus.jpg Colchis in ancient Caucasus
Map of Colchis, Iberia, Albania, and the neighbouring countries ca 1770.jpg Colchis in ancient Caucasus
European and Asiatic Sarmatia 1794.JPG Colchis in ancient Caucasus
Ptolemaic map Scythia 1598.jpg Colchis in ancient Caucasus
Armeniamap1.jpg Colchis in ancient Caucasus
Armeniamap2.jpg Colchis in ancient Caucasus
Armeniamap3.jpg Colchis in ancient Caucasus
Jomann Imperium Periscum.jpg Caucasus in 1700
Karte des Kaukasischen Isthmus - Entworfen und gezeichnet von J-Grassl - 1856.jpg Caucasus in 1856
Russia Caucusus 1882.jpg Caucasus in 1882
Kutais guberniya.jpg Gubernia of Kutais in 1890-1906
Map-etno-kutais.jpg Etnographic map of the Gubernia of Kutais in 1902
Guria&Achara.jpg Guria and Adjara in 1906

Ethnic and religious maps

Caucasus ethnic.jpg Ethnic groups in Adjara
Caucasus-ethnic volkengroepen.png Ethnic groups in Adjara
Caucasus-ethnic georgiers.png Ethnic Georgians in Adjara
Caucasus-ethnic religie.png Religion in Adjara

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  1. Romanization: Ach'ara - Ach'aris Avtonomiuri Respublika.

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