The third earthquake in two hours occurred in the south of Georgia

The epicenter of a 3.0 magnitude earthquake was located 104 kilometers from Tbilisi at a depth of 12 kilometers

TBILISI, 6 Jun – Sputnik. An earthquake of magnitude 3 occurred 25 kilometers south-west of the regional center of Dmanisi, 104 kilometers from Tbilisi, according to the website of the National Center for Seismic Monitoring.

Tremors were recorded at 21:51 local time. The epicenter was at a depth of 12 kilometers.

There were no reports of casualties or destructions.

Today in Georgia there were two more earthquakes of magnitude 3 and 3.1, the epicenter of which was 25 kilometers east of the regional center of Ninotsminda, 166 kilometers from Tbilisi at a depth of nine kilometers

Georgia is a country of medium seismic activity. The most powerful earthquake recorded in Georgia, with a magnitude of 7.0, occurred in 1991 in the regions of Racha and Imereti (Western Georgia). The intensity at the epicenter was 9 points. This earthquake caused the death of about 200 people, nearly 46,000 homes and 1,000 industrial facilities were destroyed.

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