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2. Autonomous Republics with Census Populations, Republic of Georgia, 1989

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1989. Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre and Griffith University. This polygon shapefile contains the boundaries for autonomous republics within the Republic of Georgia. Populations from the 1989 Soviet census are... Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre.
1989. Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre and Griffith University. This point shapefile contains the cities and towns boundaries in the Kurgan-Tyube oblast of the Tajik Soviet republic. Populations from the 1989 so... Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre.
1989. Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre and Griffith University. This point shapefile contains the cities and towns boundaries in the Leninabad region of the Tajik Soviet republic. Leninabad was an administrative... Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre.

5. District Boundaries with Populations: Tajikistan, 1989

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1989. Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre and Griffith University. This polygon shapefile contains the district boundaries of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Tajikistan. Populations from the 1989 Soviet census are... Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre.

10. Municipalities with Census Populations, Republic of Georgia, 1989

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1989. Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre and Griffith University. This polygon shapefile contains the municipality boundaries for the Republic of Georgia. These are the level 2 administrative divisions (ADM2). Eac... Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre.