GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM OF THE DIOCESE OF GEORGIA

https://doi.org/10.24057/2414-9179-2016-1-22-420-423

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About the Authors

T. P. Gordeziani

Tbilisi State University of I. Dzhavakhishvili
Russian Federation

Z. D. Laoshvili

Georgien Texnikal University
Russian Federation

T. I. Donadze

Tbilisi State University of I. Dzhavakhishvili
Russian Federation

M. D. Sharashenidze

Tbilisi State University of I. Dzhavakhishvili
Russian Federation

R. Sh. Tolordava

Sukhumi Stase University
Russian Federation

Abstract

GIS of Georgian eparchies is cartographic – GIS product which includes systematized information about Georgian boundary changes in 1920-2002, which is presented with dynamic items on the map. Conditions of Georgian episcopal eparchies in XVIII century by Vakhushti. Georgian exarchate in Russian orthodox church. Map of Whole Georgian orthodox church.Map of Georgian apostolic orthodox church eparchies. The system contains maps of individual eparchies and the database, which is loaded with following information: The area of eparchies, boundaries, number of temples, number of churches, validity periods of religious monuments, physical condition of religious monuments, access communications, present conditions of churches under construction, residential areas surrounding the religious monuments. Absolute height.

Keywords

Geographic information system, Eparkhiya, Elektronny atlas..

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For citation: Gordeziani T.P., Laoshvili Z.D., Donadze T.I., Sharashenidze M.D., Tolordava R.S. GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM OF THE DIOCESE OF GEORGIA. Proceedings of the International conference “InterCarto. InterGIS”. 2016;22(1):420-423. https://doi.org/10.24057/2414-9179-2016-1-22-420-423