FC Tskhumi Sokhumi is a Georgian association football club, currently playing in Regionuli Liga East, the fifth tier of the Georgian league system.The club was based in Sokhumi in 1990-1993 and following the War in Abkhazia was re-found by an IDP from Abkhazia in Tbilisi.
Sukhumi or Sokhumi ; Russian: Сухум(и), Sukhum(i) [sʊˈxum(ʲɪ)]) is a city on the Black Sea coast. It is the capital of the breakaway Republic of Abkhazia which has controlled it since the 1992-93 war in Abkhazia, although most of the international community considers it legally part of Georgia.
The Sukhumi massacre took place on September 27, 1993, during and after the fall of Sukhumi into separatist hands in the course of the War in Abkhazia. It was perpetrated against Georgian civilians of Sukhumi, mainly by militia forces of Abkhaz separatists, their North Caucasian and Russian allies.
Sukhumi Babushara Airport , previously known as Sukhumi Dranda Airport, is the main airport of Abkhazia. It is located in the village of Babushara next to the larger village of Dranda and some 20 kilometres (12 mi) from Sukhumi, the capital of the autonomous republic.
Sukhum District is one of the districts of Abkhazia, Georgia’s breakaway republic. It corresponds to the eponymous Georgian municipality.
Sokhumi State University is a state University, based in Tbilisi (Georgia). The Pedagogical Institute was initially established on February 5, 1932 in Sokhumi.
Sukhumi Bay is a bay in the Black Sea near Sukhumi, Abkhazia.
Sukhumi is a railway station in the capital of Abkhazia — Sukhumi.
The Sukhum Okrug was an okrug (district) of the Kutais Governorate of the Caucasus Viceroyalty of the Russian Empire. It roughly corresponded to most of present-day Abkhazia.
The Sokhumi stela is a piece of ancient Greek art—a marble gravestone , depicting a woman and two children—found in 1953 underwater in the Black Sea near Sukhumi in Abkhazia/Georgia. It is now on display at the Sukhumi State Museum.