Tibilaani

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Tibilaani

Ossetian: Тыбылтыхъæу
Georgian :თიბილაანი
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Tibilaani
Location of Tibilaani in South Ossetia
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Tibilaani
Tibilaani (Georgia)
Coordinates: 42°14′13″N43°52′45″E / 42.23694°N 43.87917°E / 42.23694; 43.87917 Coordinates: 42°14′13″N43°52′45″E / 42.23694°N 43.87917°E / 42.23694; 43.87917
Country Flag of Georgia.svg  Georgia
De facto state South Ossetia [n 1]
Time zone UTC+4 (Georgian Time)

Tibilaani (Georgian :თიბილაანი; Ossetian : Тыбылтыхъæу) is a settlement in the Khetagurovo Community, Tskhinvali District of South Ossetia, [1] a region of Georgia whose sovereignty is disputed.

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Geography

Located on Shida Kartli plain. 900 meters above sea level.

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Notes

  1. South Ossetia's status is disputed. It considers itself to be an independent state, but this is recognised by only a few other countries. The Georgian government and most of the world's other states consider South Ossetia de jure a part of Georgia's territory.

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References

  1. Президиум Верховного Совета Грузинской Советской Социалистической Республики (1988). Грузинская ССР. Административно-территориальное деление на 1 января 1987 г. Тбилиси: Сабчота Сакартвело. p. 272.