Transcaucasia


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a geographical region to the south of the Caucasus Mountains and to the north of Turkey that comprises Georgia and Armenia and Azerbaijan

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La ola llego tambien a la gran potencia cuando "la Union Sovietica experimento una verdadera explosion de la movilizacion nacionalista en el Baltico, Transcaucasia, Ucrania y Moldavia", la cual se fue extendiendo hasta que para 1990 cada una de las republicas sovieticas declara su independencia.
It has always been artificial, alien and misleading, a frontier established by the expanding power of imperial Russia, which in the early and mid-nineteenth century conquered and annexed vast territories in Transcaucasia and Central Asia that culturally, ethnically, linguistically and religiously formed part of the historical Middle East (17)
International Energy Agency (IEA) (1998), Caspian Oil and Gas, the Supply Potential of Central Asia and Transcaucasia.
Representative of the Federal Foreign Office of Germany for Eastern Europe, Transcaucasia and Central Asia Cord Meier-Klodt made a visit to the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, Investment and Trade of Uzbekistan on 24 July 2014.
Some points of the Transcaucasia triangulation preserved in Azerbaijan to date.
It is distributed in the most parts of Europe and Asian Turkey, Caucasus, Transcaucasia (Armenia, Azerbaijan), Iran and Middle East (Syria and Lebanon).
Borislavova points out that her long-term project includes launching a ferry line to the Transcaucasia.
On May 28, 1918, the Muslim National Council held its opening sitting in Tiflis (presently Tbilisi, Georgia) and adopted the Declaration on Independence, which proclaimed the establishment of independent Azerbaijan Democratic Republic (ADR) in south and southeast Transcaucasia.
It is known from eastern Ciscaucasia (lowland of river Terek), eastern Transcaucasia (Armenia and Nakhichivan Auto-nomous Republic) (Iablokoff-Khnzoryan, 1967), Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, southern Kazakhstan and Iran (Medvedev, 1951).
Um dos objetivos da politica oficial da Russia apos a anexacao da Transcaucasia ao seu territorio foi a restauracao da Ortodoxia (ressaltam-se os missionarios ortodoxos I.
Moreover, according to the Federal Statistics Service (2013), arrivals from the former Soviet republics of Middle Asia and Transcaucasia exceed departures many times.
of Transcaucasia in terms of scientifically verifiable facts bolstered with sources recognized by the international scientific community.
The species is common in lakes, both ancient and young, of the Balkan Peninsula and western Anatolia but lacking in the isolated mountain lakes of Transcaucasia and eastern Anatolia (replaced there by two endemic subspecies of P.
Transcaucasia and Ararat Being Notes of a Vacation Tour in the Autumn of 1876.
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