Abazinia - Details

  • Gentílico: Abazinio
  • Capital: Sochi
  • Cidade mais populosa: Sochi
  • Maiores cidades: Sochi, Adler, Lazarevskoye, Bolshoy Sochi, Adlerskiy, Khostinsky, Dagomys
  • Língua oficial: Russo
  • Independência: da Rússia em 12 de Abril de 2071
  • Área: 3 501 km²
  • População: 1 433 210 hab.
  • Moeda: Rublo (RUB)
  • Fuso horário: UTC+03 (MSK)
  • Cód. ISO: ABZ
  • Fronteiras: Abecásia, Krasnodar, Ichkeria, Mar Negro
  • Subdivisões: 4 raions (distritos)
  • Organizações: ONU, FMI, OMC, OMT, OMS, UE, OPC (Organização dos Países do Cáucaso), URR (União das Repúblicas Rublistas), Espaço Schengen

Abazinia - Subdivisions

Name Capital Area Population
Tsentralny Sochi 170 km² 862 542 hab.
Lazarevsky Lazarevskoye 1 667 km² 251 823 hab.
Khostinsky Khostinsky 388 km² 105 311 hab.
Adlersky Adler 1 276 km² 213 534 hab.

Abazinia - Largest Cities

Rank Name Province Population
--- Sochi Metropolitan Area ----- 1,003,624
1 Sochi Tsentralny 862,542
2 Adler Adlersky 101,620
3 Lazarevskoye Lazarevsky 70,894
4 Bolshoy Sochi Tsentralny 40,947
5 Adlerskiy Adlersky 25,534
6 Khostinsky Khostinsky 22,515
7 Dagomys Lazarevsky 10,352
8 Golovinka Lazarevsky 6,744
9 Krasnaya Polyana Adlersky 4,601
10 Volkonka Lazarevsky 1,564

Abazinia - Airports & Airlines

Airport Name



Hub for

Located In
Sochi - Adler International Airport AER BAER

Abazinia Air

Adler, Adlersky District, Abazinia
Sochi Civil Aerodrome ----- BASO ----- Sochi, Tsentralny District, Abazinia
Military Airfield Name ICAO Located In Notes
Adler Military Base BAER Adler, Adlersky District, Abazinia This military airbase is hub for the Abazinian Air Force.
Lazarevskoye Airbase BALA Lazarevskoye, Lazarevsky, Abazinia -----
Airline Name IATA Hubs Subsidiaries Alliance Fleet
Abazinia Air AB2 Sochi - Adler International Airport

Krasnodar International Airport

Tbilisi Shota Rustaveli International Airport

----- SkyEurope n/a

Abazinia - Railways

  • High Speed Rail

In 2100, AVZ trains provide service on the following lines:


Connected cities/stations


Travel Time Top Speed Type of trains
VZL South Sochi - Khostinsky - Adler - Abkhazia 35km 0:10 250 km/h n/a
VZL North Sochi - Dagomys - Golovinka - Lazarevskoye - Krasnodar 73km 0:23 300 km/h n/a

Abazinia - Major Projects

Name Year Notes
Sochi Olympic Park (Still as part of Russia) 2013 Sochi Olympic Park is an Olympic Park that was constructed for the 2014 Winter Olympics and 2014 Winter Paralympics.
Requalification of A-147 (Still as part of Russia) 2044 A project to requalify and transform the A-147 road into a highway (A1), making it a fast connection between several cities in the country in a safe way.
Sochi Metro (Still as part of Russia) 2066 -----
Black Sea Cruise Plan 2074 A plan to bring the biggest and most modern cruise ships to the Black Sea region, with cruises taking place between the more than 15 countries on the Black Sea and Sea of Azov coast. It was a plan created by all the countries on the coast of these two seas, together with the European Union and the United Nations - World Tourism Organization. It was conceived, debated and presented together with the Levantine Sea Cruise Plan, a "twin" plan that consists of the same.
Abazinia2077 2077 Abazinia2077 was a plan idealized by the Abazinian government to increase the number of tourists in the country by building tourist districts in the two main cities: Sochi and Adler and the renovation of the beaches and boardwalks. A series of amusement parks and nature parks was also designed, as well as ski resorts and villages in the beautiful Caucasus.
Abazinia High Speed Rail (AVZ) 2079 The Abazinia National Railways System (ANZD) started building high-speed rail lines in May, 2077. ANZD has branded its high-speed service as Абазиния высокоскоростных железных (AVZ) which currently operates on two lines: the Sochi-Adler-Abkhazia high-speed railway and the Sochi-Golovinka-Krasnodar high-speed railway. The AVZ is the only high-speed rail service in Abazinia, with trains operating at speeds of up to 230 km/h or 300 km/h and AVZ's lines are called Высокоскоростная железнодорожная линия (VZL).
Abazinian Caucasus Highway Project 2080 An innovative project presented by a private Anatolian infrastructure company to the government of the country, where a two-lane highway was planned in each direction and a set of tunnels, the largest of which was to be built at the foot of the Caucasus and that it would have about 9 km. It was also designed to help the economy, making it very easy for trucks to pass through the region.
Estosadok Tunnel 2081 A tunnel built at the foot of the Caucasus with 9 km, connecting Estosadok and Kholati, thus being part of the A3 highway.
Sochi - Sukhumi - Tbilisi Pipeline 2093 -----

Abazinia - Highways

Autoestrada Designação Trajeto Extensão
A1 Autoestrada Norte - Sul Magri (Krasnodarian border) - Sovet-Kvadzhe - Lazarevskoye - Volkonka - Golovinka - Vardane - Bolshoy Sochi - A2 - Sochi - Khostinsky - A3 - Adler - Psou (Abkhazian border) 131 km
A2 Autoestrada de Sochi Bolshoy Sochi (A1) - Novyy Sochi - Sochi - A1 11 km
A3 Autoestrada "Caucasus" Adler (A1) - Adler Int'l Airport - Adlerskiy - Vysokoye - Kazachiy Brod - Monastyr' - Krasnaya Polyana - Estosadok - Kholati (future city) (Krasnodarian border) 60 km
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