Abkhazia is a de facto independent state that seceded from — but is still claimed by — Georgia. It lies mainly on the eastern shores of the Black Sea in the Caucasus region.
Popular in Abkhazia
Sukhumi is the capital and principal city of Abkhazia.
Gagra is a town in Abkhazia, sprawling for 5 km on the northeast coast of the Black Sea, at the foot of the Caucasus Mountains.
New Athos is a town on the Black Sea Coast of Abkhazia, northwest of Sukhumi.
Pitsunda is a resort town in Abkhazia, 25 km away from Gagra.
Ochamchira is a small coastal town in Abkhazia. Town was founded around VI century BC by Greek colonists under the name of Gyenos.
- Location: Caucasus, Europe
- Population: 243,000
- Latitide of center: 43° north
- Longitude of center: 40° 59' (40.9833°) east
- Average elevation: 3 meters (10 feet)
- Neighbors: Georgia, Russia
- Wikidata: Abkhazia
Maps of Abkhazia
Other Names for Abkhazia