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English: Map of Georgia showing the autonomous republics of Abkhazia (de facto independent) and Adjaria, and the de facto independent region of South Ossetia. Original unmodified map is at .
Date 12 August 2008
Source United Nations Cartographic Section
Author United Nations Cartographic Section, with amendments by User:ChrisO
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