About Georgia Home : Feedback : Guest Book : Search : Site Map
 
 Home
 Country Profile
 History
 Maps »
 Geography
 Language & Alphabet
 Georgian Cuisine
 Arts and Culture
 Regions and Cities
 Travel Guide
 About Us
If you have additional information, please
Send Us »

Bookmark this Page
Linking Back to Us
Feedback
Guest Book

Search our site

Google

 

Georgian TopSites List

 

eXTReMe Tracker

 

Home : Maps : Historical Maps : Old Original MapsPrinter friendly version E-mail this page to a friend
Maps
Map of Georgia
Location of Georgia
Physical Maps
Road Maps
Historical Maps

 

Fragment of the map of lands described by Plinius Senior (I c.)
Fragment of the map of lands described by Plinius Senior (I c.)

The map was drawn up by an academician Frederick Dubois de Montpereux (Switzerland) in 1843 according to information of Plinius who visited Georgia.

 

Fragments of the map of Russian Empire (1725)
Fragments of the map of Russian Empire (1725)

On the map of Russian Empire, drawn up in England and approved by Peter the Great, neighbouring Georgia is fixed with its North-Western border that reaches Azov Sea.

 

Historical Borders of Georgia (1783-1801)
Historical Borders of Georgia (1783-1801)

 

If you have further information...
We have collected here quite a bit of information about Georgia, but we are looking for more. If you have information about this section that you think may be of interest to researchers, please send us the information using the Submission Form.

Printer friendly version    E-mail this page to a friend     
CopyRight © 1999-2014, by David A. Mchedlishvili
Page last update: 19 June, 2008