Bedia (village)

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Bedia (Georgian: ბედია Abkhaz: Бедиа) is a village in the Gali Municipality of Georgia.


According to the medieval Georgian Chronicles, Egros, son of Togarmah, inherited the land between the Likhi Range, Black Sea and upper Khazar River where he settled and found a city Egrisi, which is now called Bedia.

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Coordinates: 42°44′N 41°39′E / 42.733°N 41.650°E / 42.733; 41.650