Akhaltsikhe (Georgian: ახალციხე [ɑxɑlt'ixɛ], literally "new castle"; formerly known as Lomsia) is a small city in Georgia's southwestern region (mkhare) of Samtskhe–Javakheti. It is situated on the both banks of a small river Potskhovi, which separates the city to the old city in the north and new in the south.
Alakhadzi (Georgian: ალახაძი, Abkhazian: Алаҳаӡы, Russian: Алахадзы) is a village in the Gagra District of Abkhazia. At the time of the 2011 Census, Alakhadzi had a population of 2,876. Of these, 45.5% were Armenian, 31.1% Abkhaz, 13.1% Russian, 6.4% Georgian, 1.1% Ukrainian and 0.5% Greek.
Gantiadi (Georgian: განთიადი [gɑnt'iɑdi] ; Russian: Гантиади) or Tsandryphsh (Abkhazian: Цандрыҧшь; Russian: Цандрыпш), is an urban-type settlement on the Black Sea coast in Georgia, in the Gagra District of Abkhazia, 5 km from the Russian border.
Gonio (Georgian: გონიო) is a settlement near Batumi, in Gonio-Kvariati district. It is located on the left side of the river Tchorokhi. Gonio is one of the popular Black Sea resorts in Georgia. Gonio has a public school and the radar station. According to the data of 2002, 2,886 people live in the settlement.
Gudauri (Georgian: გუდაური) is a ski resort located on the south-facing plateau of The Greater Caucasus Mountain Range in Georgia. The resort is situated in the Stepantsminda District, along the Georgian Military Highway near the Jvari Pass, at an elevation of 2,200 meters (7,200 ft.)
Kobuleti (Georgian: ქობულეთი [kʰɔbulɛtʰi]) is a town in Adjara, western Georgia, situated on the eastern coast of the Black Sea. It is the seat of Kobuleti Municipality and a seaside resort, visited annually by Georgians and many former Soviet Union residents. It is especially popular with Armenian tourists.
Kazbegi is a dormant stratovolcano and one of the major mountains of the Caucasus located on the border of Georgia's Kazbegi District and Russian Republic of North Ossetia–Alania. It is the third-highest peak in Georgia (after Mount Shkhara and Janga) and the seventh-highest summit in the Caucasus Mountains.
Kutaisi (kuːˈtaisi) Georgian: ქუთაისი, also called as “the city of roses” Georgian: ვარდების ქალაქი [vardebis kʰalakʰi]) is one of the most ancient cities in the world and the third-most populous city in Georgia, traditionally, second in importance, after the capital city of Tbilisi.