Georgia (Abkhazia, South Ossetia) Adjaria, Armenia, Azerbaijan ( the border of Nagorno Karabach and the ceasefire line are marked.). Coverage within Russia extends north of Krasnodar and Stavropol, with boundaries of individual republics including Adygea, Karachay-Cherkesland, Kabard-Balkarland, North Ossetia, Ingushetia, Chechnya, Dagestan.
Place names are shown in Latin alphabet, but within Georgia, Armenia and Russia larger towns are also named in local script. The index, arranged by country, is on the reverse. Multilingual map legend includes English.
The s.c. road edition shows the topography with relief shading to make the road network stand out better against the background. Plenty of names of geographical features such as individual mountain ranges, peaks, swamps, salt flats, etc, presents the topography. Road network is graded in six types, with driving distances on main and selected connecting routes. Railway lines are included and local airports are marked. Symbols highlight various places of interest.
A separate inset map (Caucasus political 1:5.400.000) presents at-a-glance the political and administrative division of the region.
Plase note, that we also have the so called geographical edition of Caucasus 1:1.000.000