Bzyb ( Abkh. Bzyҧ , Georgian ბზიფი [Bzipi]) - a village in Abkhazia , in the Gagra region of the partially recognized Republic of Abkhazia , according to the administrative division of Georgia - in the Gagra municipality of the Abkhaz Autonomous Republic  , on the right bank of the Bzyp river, from which got its name. It is subordinated to the urban-type village Bzybta / Bzybsky village council , the center of which it is.
|abh. Bzyҧ |
|A country||Republic of Abkhazia / Georgia |
|Region ||Abkhaz Autonomous Republic|
|History and Geography|
|Timezone||UTC + 3|
|Population||1811  people ( 1989 )|
According to the 1959 census, 767 people lived in the village of Bzyb, most of whom were Abkhazians , Georgians , Armenians (in the Bzyb village council there were 3917 inhabitants, mainly Abkhazians , as well as Armenians and Georgians ).   By 1989, 1811 people lived in the village of Bzyb  , mainly Georgians , Abkhazians and Armenians  
- This settlement is located in Abkhazia , which is a disputed territory . According to the administrative division of Georgia , the disputed territory is occupied by the Abkhaz Autonomous Republic . In fact, the disputed territory is occupied by the partially recognized state of the Republic of Abkhazia .
- According to the administrative division of Georgia
- All-Union Population Census 1989. Abkhaz ASSR
- Gagra district, 1959. Villages and predominant nationalities
- Ethnocard of the Abkhaz ASSR 1959
- Koryakov Yu. B. Atlas of the Caucasian Languages / RAS. Institute of Linguistics. - Moscow: Pilgrim, 2006. - 76 p.: Maps.
- Ethnic-language maps of Abkhazia in 1989. Koryakov Yu. B.