Lagodekhi


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Lagodekhi

 

a city (a settlement until 1962), the administrative center of Lagodekhi Raion, Georgian SSR, located on the Lagodekhi River, a tributary of the Alazani, 38 km northeast of the Tsnoris-Tskhali railroad station (the terminus of a branch line from the Tbilisi-Telavi line). Population, 8,100 (1972). The city has a tobacco-curing plant, a fruit- and berry-wine plant, a winery, a cannery, and an essential-oil factory. There is an agricultural technicum in Lagodekhi. The Lagodekhi Forest Preserve is nearby.

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Project Description: Support Biodiversity conservation of Lagodekhi Protected Areas through Development of Protection and Research - Monitoring Program
1): (1) Lagodekhi, along the northeast border of Georgia (stand almost 90% of beech), (2) Gombori, in northeast Georgia, (almost 100% beech), (3) Algeti, in central Georgia, west of the capital, Tbilisi (mixed forest with about 35% beech), (4) Bakuriani, in south central Georgia (90% of beech), (5) Kharagauli/Sakhadi, also in south central Georgia (95% of beech), (6) Shaori, in north central Georgia (99% beech), and (7) Sataplia, in north central Georgia (with 95% of beech).
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