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File:Soviet Caucasus SSRs ASSRs and AOs 1989.jpg

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Map showing the subdivisions ( SSRs, ASSRs and autonomous oblasts) of Caucasian Soviet Union in 1989, just before the Berlin Wall fall.

This map is a detail of the map of the whole Soviet Union administrative divisions and subdivisions in 1989 edited by the University of Texas.

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