A list containing cities, villages, roads, and sightseeings from Georgia. Source: Geonames.
Georgia is also known as the Georgian Sakartvelo that is the country of Transcaucasia. It is present on the eastern end of the black sea, which is then present on the southern flanks of the central crest of the Greater Caucasus Mountain. It is surrounded or bounded by Russia in the north and northeast part of the country. At the same time, the south and southeast part of the country is surrounded by Azerbaijan. The capital of Georgia is known as Tbilisi.
History of Georgia
The nation of Georgia was first under the Bagrationi dynasty by King Bagrat III of Georgia. Georgia and Russia both have many things in common. The Georgia colonial experience was very distinctive from the other British colonies present in North America. On 9th April 1991, before the collapse of the Soviet Union, the supreme council of Georgia declared the country of Georgia as an independent state. It was done after a meeting that was held on 31 March 1991. On 26th may 1991, Zviad Gamsakhurdia was elected as the first president of the independent state of Georgia.
Geography of Georgia
The golden isles of Georgia are present on the coast of the state. The main geographical features of Georgia include the mountains such as Ridge-and-valley Appalachians in the northwest, the Blue Ridge Mountains in the northeast, the Piedmont plateau in the central portion of the state, and Coastal Plain in the south. Georgia is located at approximately 33° N 83.5° W. The state has a total area of 154,077 km or (59,489 sq mi), and the geographic center is located in Twiggs County.
Climate of Georgia
Georgia has a humid subtropical climate and hot and humid summers, excluding the highest raises. Georgia's subtropical climate rest on latitude and how close the area is to the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The weather is typically moderate, but Georgia has extreme irregular weather. The highest temperature ever recorded is 112 °F (44.4 °C), and the lowest is -17 °F (-27.2 °C). Georgia is prone to hurricanes, though the coast hardly ever experiences a direct hurricane strike.
People and culture of Georgia
The people who have the nationality of Georgia are known or called Georgians. Most of the population around the fourth and fifth parts of the country are Georgians. The rests are Armenians, Russians, Azerbaijanis, and, in smaller numbers, Ossetes, Greeks, and Abkhazians, and much more. The religion that is practiced in Georgia is Christianity. In addition, some of them are Muslims, Russian Orthodox, and Catholic and Jewish communities. Amber wine, magic mineral water, and food are the basics of Georgian culture.