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Map of Guria district in Georgia

Basic information about Guria
Guria (Georgian: გურია) is a region (mkhare) in Georgia, in the western part of the country, bordered by the eastern end of the Black Sea. The region has a population of 143,357 (2002) and Ozurgeti is a regional capital.
Cities, towns & villages in Guria
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Chokhat’auriChokhatauri (Georgian: is a town in Georgia’s Guria region, 310 km west to the nation’s capital of Tbilisi. It is an administrative center of Chokhatauri Municipality, which comprises the town itself and its adjoining 60 villages. The area of the district is 824 km2; population – 24,090 (2002). Several historical monuments are scattered across the district, e.g. an early medieval fortress of Bukistsikhe, and a monastic complex of Udabno. Show Chokhat’aurion the map
LanchkhutiLanchkhuti (Georgian: is a city in western Georgian region of Guria. It has a population of about 8000. Lanchkhuti received city status in 1961. Under the USSR, it was the centre of the Georgian SSR Lanchkhuti area and today continues to serve as the capital of the district of the same name within the Guria region. Lanchkhuti is an industrial town with a tea processing factory, cannery, meat and dairy factory and a brick and tile factory. The town is served by a railway station on the Samtredia - Batumi line. Show Lanchkhution the map
Urek’iUreki (Georgian: ურეკი) is a town and a seaside climatic resort on the Black Sea coast of Georgia. Located within Ozurgeti District in the region of Guria, Ureki is 60 kilometers north of Batumi and approximately 300 km west of the nation’s capital Tbilisi. It is located 4 meters above the sea level and has a population of 1,422 (2005 all-Georgia Census). It received a status of a town in 1953. Show Urek’ion the map
OzurgetiOzurgeti (Georgian: [ɔzurgɛtʰi]) is the capital of the western Georgian province of Guria. It was formerly known as Macharadze or Makharadze (named in honor of Filipp Makaradze). It is a regional center of tea and hazelnut processing. Show Ozurgetion the map
Kvemo ShukhutiShukhuti (Georgian: შუხუთი) is a village community near Lanchkhuti, Guria, Georgia, which includes the villages of Zemo Shukhuti and Kvemo Shukhuti. The area produces limestone, which is used for making lime. Show Kvemo Shukhution the map
MamatiMamati is a small village in Lanchkhuti, Guria, western Georgia. Since the 2nd President of Georgia Eduard Shevardnadze was born there on 25 January 1928, it has gained prominence. Show Mamation the map
Ch’anch’atiChanchati is a village in the Lanchkhuti district of Guria, a western region in the Republic of Georgia. Show Ch’anch’ation the map
KhidistaviKhidistavi (Georgian: is a village in the Chokhatauri district of Georgia. Show Khidistavion the map
NarujaNaruja(Georgian: ნარუჯა) is a village in western Georgian region of Guria. Show Narujaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Guria
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GuriaGuria (Georgian: გურია) is a region (mkhare) in Georgia, in the western part of the country, bordered by the eastern end of the Black Sea. The region has a population of 113,221 (2014) census and Ozurgeti is a regional capital.Show on map
ChokhatauriChokhatauri (Georgian: is a district of Georgia, in the region of Guria. Its main town is Chokhatauri. Population: 24,090 (2002 census), Area: 825 km².Show on map
Lanchkhutis Munitsip’alit’et’iLanchkhuti (Georgian: Lançxutis is a district of Georgia, in the region of Guria. Its main town is Lanchkhuti. Population: 40,507 (2002 census) Area: 533 km²Show on map
Ozurget’is RaioniOzurgeti (Georgian: Ozurgetis is a district of Georgia, in the region of Guria. Its main town is Ozurgeti. Population: 78,760 (2002 census) Area: 675 km²Show on map