Kartsakhi

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Kartsakhi

კარწახი
Kartsakhi is located in Georgia
Kartsakhi
Kartsakhi
Kartsakhi is located in Samtskhe-Javakheti
Kartsakhi
Kartsakhi
Coordinates: 41°14′38.7″N 43°16′22.8″E / 41.244083°N 43.273000°E / 41.244083; 43.273000Coordinates: 41°14′38.7″N 43°16′22.8″E / 41.244083°N 43.273000°E / 41.244083; 43.273000
CountryGeorgia
MkhareSamtskhe–Javakheti
districtAkhalkalaki Municipality
Population
 (2014)
776

Kartsakhi ( Georgian: კარწახი) is a village in Akhalkalaki Municipality, Samtskhe–Javakheti, Georgia. It is located on the bank of the second largest lake in the country: Kartsakhi Lake.

The village is located on the road connecting Akhalkalaki to the state border with Turkey. The Karcachi railway station is the last stop on the Georgian side of the Baku–Tbilisi–Kars railway [1][2].

Near the village there is the Kartsakhi nature reserve [3].

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Marabda-Kartsakhi Railway", www.mkrailway.ge, retrieved 2017-02-08
  2. ^ Kolej, która omija Rosję i jej sojusznika (in Polish), retrieved 2017-10-31
  3. ^ Caucasus Ecoregion Newsletter (PDF), p. 5