Facsimile of the first (1735), second (1745), and third atlases, in a single volume, of the "Atlas of Georgia" by cartographer and geographer, Vaxušti Bagrationi. Maps are in Georgian and Russian, with text in Georgian, Russian and English. With facsimile half-portrait of Bagrationi. Second atlas has genealogical tables. Maps variously have legends, insets, and heraldic symbols.
Soviet-era atlas, in Russian, of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic from 1964. Over 200 maps depict Georgia's landscape, geomorphology, climate, soils, vegetation, hydrology, wildlife, economic resources, population, industries, transportation, and history.
Relatively-modern national atlas of the Republic of Georgia depicting its landscape, geology, geomorphology, history, and culture. Title in English and Russian, but text, place names, and map legends in Georgian.
Comprehensive modern national atlas of Georgia, with maps depicting the nation's politics, geology, geomorphology, climate, hydrology, glaciers, biogeography, society, and history. Maps have legends. In English and German.
Soviet atlas depicting Georgia's numerous resorts, emphasizing their climatic advantages, mineral waters, localities by health treatment, recreational facilities, and prospects by district. Includes illustrations, as well as text in Russian, Georgian, and English.