Bedia (village)

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

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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