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- Akhaltsikhe (Georgian: ახალციხე [ɑxɑltsʰixɛ], literally "new castle"; formerly known as Lomsia) is a small city in Georgia's southwestern region (mkhare)...
- The Battle of Akhaltsikhe may refer to one of the following: A battle under the walls of Akhaltsikhe during the Russo-Turkish War, 1828-1829 on August...
- semi-independent Pasha of Akhaltsikhe and Muslim Georgian Beys who ruled the hills. Kars on an upland plain blocked the road from Akhaltsikhe to Erzerum, the main...
- Akhaltsikhe Muni****lity (Georgian: ახალციხის მუნიციპალიტეტი) is a district of Georgia, in the region of Samtskhe-Javakheti. Its main town is Akhaltsikhe...
- includes the historical Georgian provinces of Meskheti, Javakheti and Tori. Akhaltsikhe is its capital. The Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline, the South Caucasus...
- Ivane Akhaltiskheli (Georgian: ივანე ახალციხელი) (died 1225) was a Georgian military commander and courtier, of the noble house of Toreli-Akhaltsikheli...
- "Frankish" mercenaries. A few Georgian nobles such as Pharadavla of Akhaltsikhe and Dardin Shervashidze also joined him, but most Georgians were compelled...
- the national mobilization against the Soviet Union in the late 1980s. St Shalva of Akhaltsikhe. Orthodox Church in America. Retrieved on March 29, 2009...
- built in the 9th century under the name "Lomisa Castle" in the city of Akhaltsikhe in southern Georgia, recently globally reconstructed. One of the main...
- The Eparchy of Akhaltsikhe and Tao-Klarjeti (Georgian: ახალციხისა და ტაო-კლარჯეთის ეპარქია) is an eparchy (diocese) of the Georgian Orthodox Church with...
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