Political Georgia Map
Georgia is located at southwest Asia and is a Eurasian country. Georgia is located at the border of western Asia and Eastern Europe. Georgian is the official language of the country. The geographic coordinates of Georgia are 42° North latitude and 43° 30' East longitude. The total area of the country is 69,700 square kilometers. The population of the country as per the census of July 2007 was 4,646,003. Georgia experiences warm and pleasant climate. In the northern part of the country there is Great Caucasus and in the southern half there is Lesser Caucasus Mountains.
The capital of Georgia is T'bilisi. The republic capital is highlighted in the political Georgia Map by a red square having a black border. The capital of the country also happens to be the largest city of Georgia. The city is visited by a large number of tourists. Tbilisi is positioned in South Caucasus. The geographical coordinates of Tbilisi are 41° 43' 30" North latitude and 44° 47' 27"East longitude. The city is 1482 feet above sea level. Some of the airports that are in close proximity to Tbilisi are:
- Tbilisi Marneuli
- Tbilisi Soganlug
Some of the nearby cities of Tbilisi are Saburtalo to the western side, Vazisubani to the east, Vashladzhvari and Grmagele to north, Zemo T'elet'I and Okrokana to south.
The international boundaries of Georgia are indicated in the printable map of Georgia by a specific pattern of black lines. The countries that border Georgia are:
Georgia Administrative Divisions
In Georgia political map, the Autonomous Republic centers of Batumi and Sukhumi have been indicated by using white boxes. The Autonomous Oblasts Center of Georgia is Tskhinavli, which is highlighted in printable Georgia political map by using a black dot.
The nine administrative regions in Georgia are:
- Kvemo Kartli
- Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti
- Samegrelo and Zemo Svaneti
- Shida Kartli
Note : - Population, area: From 2002-01-17 census report. Excludes areas not under central government control.
Last Updated On : November 22, 2012