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Tlia Destination Guide

Touring Tlia in Georgia.

Tlia in the region of Georgia (general) is located in Georgia - some 66 mi (or 105 km) North-West of Tbilisi, the country's capital city.

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Time in Tlia is now 06:47 AM (Saturday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Tbilisi" with an UTC offset of 4 hours. Depending on your travel resources, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Erzurum, Vladikavkaz, Nal'chik, Grozny, Elista or Visto. Being here already, consider visiting Zgubiri, Zemo-Koshka, Vaneli, Tsarita, Samkhret-Chiprani and Kvemo-Koshka. We collected some hobby films in the internet. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.

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People of the Caucasus

06:27 min ( March 17, 2009 by Iberokolxi)
Views: 16,920 - Rating: 4.75385/5

The Aboriginal people of the Caucasus: Georgians, Vainakhs, Dagestanians and Circassians, UNITED WE STAND!


29:08 min ( November 14, 2011 by shootandscribble)
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Please visit for more information. Simon Reeve travels to agroup of unrecognised nations -- countries so obscure they don't officially exist -- in this five-part BBC TV series, sh...


01:01 min ( February 10, 2008 by lz1909)
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The top slope

Mount Kazbek Georgia

00:40 min ( August 09, 2008 by David Holt)
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The highest mountain in Georgia

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Interesting facts about this location

Kabargin Oth Group

Kabargin Oth Group is a group of volcanoes located in Georgia / in South Ossetia. It consists of a dozen cinder cones and lava domes and is located near the border with Russia, southwest of Mount Kazbek volcano.

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Located at 42.48, 44.12 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 8 mi away.
Tags:Mountains of Georgia (country), Mountains of South Ossetia, Volcanoes of Georgia (country)

Roki Tunnel

The Roki Tunnel is a mountain tunnel of the Transkam road through the Greater Caucasus Mountains, north of the village Upper Roka. It is the only road joining North Ossetia–Alania in the Russian Federation into South Ossetia, a breakaway republic of Georgia. The road is manned at the town of Nizhny Zaramag in North Ossetia and is sometimes referred to as the Roki-Nizhny Zaramag border crossing.

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Located at 42.48, 44.12 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
Tags:Buildings and structures in North Ossetia-Alania, Geography of Georgia (country), Ossetia, Roads in South Ossetia, Tunnels completed in 1985, Tunnels in Georgia (country), Tunnels in Russia

Java (town)

Java or Dzau is a town of approximately 1,500 people in Georgia According to Georgia's current official administrative division, Java is a main town of Java district in the north of Shida Kartli region. According to the South Ossetian side Dzau is an administrative center of Dzau district. The town is situated on the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus, within the Greater Liakhvi Gorge, 1,040 m above sea level. Java is the second largest urban settlement in South Ossetia, after Tskhinvali.

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Located at 42.48, 44.12 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 12 mi away.
Tags:Cities and towns in Shida Kartli, Populated places in Dzau district

South Ossetian Autonomous Oblast

The South Ossetian Autonomous Oblast was an autonomous oblast of the Soviet Union created within the Georgian SSR on April 20, 1922. Its autonomy was revoked on December 10, 1990 by the Supreme Soviet of the Georgian SSR, leading to the First South Ossetian War. Currently, its territory is controlled by the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia.

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Located at 42.48, 44.12 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 12 mi away.
Tags:Autonomous oblasts of the Soviet Union, History of Georgia (country), History of Soviet Georgia, Ossetia, States and territories disestablished in 1990, States and territories established in 1922

Kurta (village)

Kurta is an abandoned village in the former South Ossetian autonomous oblast of Georgia. Populated largely by ethnic Georgians, it was one of the towns that remained under the control of Georgia between the unilateral secession of South Ossetia after the 1991–1992 South Ossetia War and the 2008 South Ossetia War.

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Located at 42.48, 44.12 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 16 mi away.
Tags:Ghost towns in Europe, Populated places in Georgia (country), Populated places in Tskhinval district