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The distance between major cities in Georgia
From Abkhazia to Adjara 189 km
From Adjara to Akhalsikhe 76 km
From Batumi to Gori 209 km
From Gori to Gori 171 km
Kakheti to Kutaisi 257 km
From Shida Kartli to Sukhumi 264 km
The distance between the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, to some other cities
From Tbilisi to Zugdidi 261 km
From Tbilisi to Telavi, 59 km
From Tbilisi to Sukhumi 348 km
From Tbilisi to Rustavi 21 km
From Tbilisi to Kutaisi, 188 km
From Tbilisi to Gori, 68 km
From Tbilisi to Batumi 266 km
From Tbilisi to Akhalsikhe 154 km
From Tbilisi to Adjara 230 km
The distance between Tbilisi and foreign cities
From Tbilisi to Sochi, 469 km
From Tbilisi to Vladikavkaz 150 km
From Tbilisi to Krasnodar 603 km
From Tbilisi to Novorossiysk 665 km
From Tbilisi to Makhachkala 262 km
From Tbilisi to Cherkessk 361 km
From Tbilisi to Arsin 419 km
From Tbilisi to Karakokan 508 km
Some cities in Georgia
Tbilisi is the capital and largest city in Georgia, located on the banks of the Kura River and with a population of about 1.5 million people. It was founded in the fifth century AD by Vakhtang I of Iberia and since then Tbilisi was the capital of many Georgian kingdoms and universities. Between 1801 and 1917, then part of the Russian Empire, Tbilisi was the seat of the imperial deputy who ruled southern and southern Caucasus. Because of its location at the crossroads between Europe and Asia and its proximity to the lucrative Silk Road throughout history, Tbilisi was a point of contention between the various world powers. The city’s location to this day guarantees its position as an important transit route for various energy and trade projects.
Kutasi is the third most populous city in Georgia and occupies the second most important place after the capital Tbilisi, located 221 kilometers (137 miles) west of Tbilisi on the Rioni River and is the capital of the western region and historically one of the main cities of Georgia has been as the capital of the Kingdom of Georgia in middle Ages .
Adjara is the historical, geographical, and political administrative region of Georgia and is located in the southwestern corner of the country. Adjara is located on the coast of the Black Sea near the foot of the Lesser Caucasus Mountains, north of Turkey, and is an important tourist destination and includes the second largest city in Georgia in its capital, Batumi. About 350,000 people live on 2,880 km2.
Adjara is home to Adjara and is a regional subgroup of Adjara and was part of the Georgian SSR as the Adjarian Soviet Union.