Georgia, 2nd edition of Elsevier Encyclopædia of Language & Linguistics

Georgia, 2nd edition of Elsevier Encyclopædia of Language & Linguistics, 2005.

Georgia (capital Tbilisi) officially occupies 69,500 square-kilometers in north-west Transcaucasia. It lies between longitudes 40°05' and 46°44' east, and latitudes 41°07' and 43°35' north, bordering the Russian Federation, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Turkey and the Black Sea. The last census covering this entire territory took place during the final years of Soviet rule in 1989.

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