Abkhazia is located on the western side of Georgia, on the Black Sea coast. Occupied by the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. It is amazing with the diversity of nature, because everything is gathered here: the sea, snowy mountains, lakes or waterfalls.
What to see in Abkhazia
Reserves: Pskhu-Gumismta, Ritsa and Bichvinta-Musera
The deepest lake in Georgia - Lake Ritsa
Sokhumi Botanical Garden - built in 1840, one of the oldest gardens in the Caucasus
Kruberi Cave - 2190 meters deep cave, one of the deepest in the world
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Climate of Abkhazia
Abkhazia is a mountainous region, which covers about 74% of the territory. The coastline of Abkhazia is linear. Sukhumi and Gagra Ube, Bichvinta and Sokhumi capes are noteworthy. Climate type in Abkhazia is divided into zones: humid subtropical sea climate with warm winters and hot summers (up to 300-400 m above sea level); Humid climate with moderately cold winters and long warm summers (300-400 m to 1000-1100 m); Humid climate with cold winters and long cool summers (from 1000-1100 m to 2000-2100 m); High and humid climate of the highlands (from 2000-2100 m to 2800-2900 m) and highland nival climate (above 2800-2900 m). The warmest months are July-August. The maximum rainfall falls in winter, in summer, the minimum, which resembles the climate of the Mediterranean.
Cuisine of Abkhazia
Abkhazian cuisine is rich in dishes mixed with nuts, peppers, sauces. Abkhazian adjika and fig fruit leather are known. Traditional dishes are: aritsvmgeli (walnut cornflower bread), akrdtsa (bean dish), Abkhazian achma. Abkhazian vine tolerates humid weather and humidity well. Hybrid Adesa and Tsolikouri vines are noteworthy.