Place:Moldova

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NameMoldova
Alt namesRepublic of Moldova
Moldaviasource: Canby, Historic Places (1984) II, 608-609; Columbia Encyclopedia (1975); Columbia Lippincott Gazetteer (1961); Times Atlas of the World (1992) plate 81; Times Concise Atlas of the World (1995) I-63; USBGN: Foreign Gazetteers; Webster's Geographical Dictionary (1984); Webster's Geographical Dictionary (1988) p 778
Moldavian SSRsource: Webster's Geographical Dictionary (1984)
Moldaviesource: Cassell's French Dictionary (1981) p 493
Moldavijasource: Cambridge World Gazetteer (1988); Columbia Lippincott Gazetteer (1961); Petit Robert II, Noms (1989); Thésaurus Noms de Lieux (1980); USBGN: Foreign Gazetteers
Moldaviësource: Engels Woordenboek (1987) I, 444
Moldavskaja Sovetskaja Socialistčeskaja Respublikasource: Rand McNally Atlas (1986) I-146
Moldavskayasource: Cambridge World Gazetteer (1990) p 419
Moldavskaya SSRsource: Times Atlas of the World (1988)
Moldovasource: Wikipedia
Moldáviasource: Rand McNally Atlas (1994) p 319
Muldovasource: Directory Assistance NYC (1995)
Republica Moldovasource: Wikipedia
Rupublica Moldovasource: Britannica Book of the Year (1993) p 672
TypeNation
Coordinates47°N 29°E
Contained Places
Administrative region/city
Izmail ( 1991 - )
Administrative region/town
Orgeev ( 1991 - )
Autonomous region
Gagauzia
Transnistria
Capital city
Kishinev ( 1991 - )
Soroki ( 1991 - )
Historical district
Bel't︠s︡y
Bendery ( 1991 - )
Izmail ( 1991 - )
Kishinev ( 1991 - )
Orgeev ( 1991 - )
Soroki ( 1991 - )
Historical province
Bessarabia ( 1991 - )
Bessarabia ( 1991 - )
Podol′e
Inhabited place
Bel't︠s︡y
Bendery ( 1991 - )
Bălţi
Chişinău ( 1100 - )
Cinișeuți
Corjeuți
Costești
Durlești
Gotești
Gura Galbehei
Gândești
Gârbova
Iargara
Ignaței
Jura
Kangaz
Karpineny
Kolbasna
Korneshty
Kotyuzhany
Krasnoi
Mereni
Mingir
Mârculești
Mălăiești
Nezavertailovca
Parcani
Rașcov
Rădoaia
Răzeni
Slobodzeja-Mare
Sofija
Susleny
Talmazy
Truseny
Tvardica
Tyrnovo
Višn'ovka
Volontirovka
Voronkovo
Zajkany
Șipoteni
National district
Anenii Noi
Basarabeasca
Brinceni
Cahul
Cainari
Cantemir
Ciadîr-Lunga
Cimișlia
Criuleni
Călăraș
Căușeni
Dondușeni
Drochia
Dubăsari
Edineț
Florești
Fălești
Glodeni
Hàncești
Ialoveni
Leova
Nisporeni
Ocnița
Orhei
Rezina
Rișcani
Soroca
Strășeni
Sîngerei
Taraclia
Telenești
Ungheni
Șoldănești
Ștefan-Vodă
Unknown
Aleksandreshty
Aleksandru chel Bun
Ataki
Bachoy
Badichany
Balabany
Balchana
Bashkany
Baurchi
Baymakliya
Bayush
Berezlozha
Bilăvăţi
Biyeshty
Blyumental
Bolboaca
Boltsun
Botuszana
Bratuleny
Bravicha
Bravicheny
Bryanova
Budeshty
Bulayeshty
Burlăneşti
Bursuk
Bushovka
Butseny
Butucheny
Bârlădeni
Bârnova
Bălcăutii de Jos
Caracuşeni
Cepeleuţi
Chadyr
Chekur-Menzhir
Chenak
Chobruchi
Chuteshty
Clocuşna
Colicăuţi
Corestăuţi
Coteala
Cotiugeni
Criva
Dancheny
Denzhany de Zhos
Derenev
Dragoneshty
Dragushenystaryye
Dragysheny Novye
Druleshty
Druzhuneny
Dumitreşte
Dyshkova
Edineţi
Feteşti
Frasineshty
Furcheny
Fuzovka
Galeshty
Garmatskoye
Getilova
Ghincăuţi
Ghizdita
Glina
Glinnoye
Godzhineshty
Gordineşti
Gorodishche
Gradeshty
Grimeşti
Grimăncăuţi
Grinautsy
Grinăuţi
Gul'boka
Gura-Galbina
Gyaduleny
Gyrbova
Hajdeu
Hertenheim
Hodărăuţi
Isakova
Ivancha
Izbeshty
Kamencha
Kaplany
Karagasany
Karagash
Karakuy
Karmanovo
Kaushany-Novye
Kayrakliya
Ketrossy
Kipriyany
Kiriyet-Lunga
Kiryutnya
Kishtel'nitsa
Kizil
Klimautsy
Kobyl'naya
Kobylka
Kogil'nicheny
Kokorezeny
Kolosovo
Kopchak (Tatar-Kopchak)
Kopchak
Korbul
Korlucheny
Kornovo
Kotova
Kotovskoye
Kovyrluy
Kozhushna
Kugureshty
Kuizovka
Kurleny
Lalovo
Lazo
Lenkoutsy
Lipkany
Loganeshty
Lopatna
Lopushna
Lozova
Lăpuşna
Makareshty
Maloyaroslavets Vtoroy
Malyye Kotyuzhany
Manna
Manuileshty
Manukbeyevka
Marenits'
Mariental
Mashkautsy
Medveja
Melesheny
Meresheny
Miguleny
Mihăileni
Mihălăşeni
Mikautsy
Mikleusheny
Mileshty
Mirzeshty
Morozeny
Mărcăuţi
Nadushita
Napadova
Naslavcea
Negreshty
Neu-Dennewitz
Nizhnyaya Albota
Novach
Novaya Sarata I
Novaya Sarata II
Novo-Nikolayevka
Novye-Russeshty
Olishkany
Oneshty
Onishkany
Orak
Ordashey
Otak
Paladia
Panasheshty
Pecheshtya
Peleney
Pererita
Peresechino
Petrosy
Piyatry
Poyana
Pozhoreny
Purkary
Rashkov
Raskaytsy
Redeny
Roshkany
Rotunda
Rusyeny
Ruzhnitsa
Salcha
Samashkany
Sarato-Golban'
Saseni
Savka
Selishte
Selishty
Semënovka
Senatovka
Shibka
Shishkany
Sholdaneshty
Shureli
Siretsy
Sirkovo
Sirota
Sloboda Gorodishte
Slobodzeya
Sorucheny
Soviyevka
Staryye Dubossary
Staryye-Brynzeny
Staryye-Russeshty
Stodolna
Stolnisheny
Strimbeny
Strymba
Sturdzeny
Tabani
Tatareshty
Teleshovo
Teţcani
Tomay
Trebisăuţi
Trebuzheny
Trinca
Troit︠s︡koe
Tsibirika
Tsypala
Târnova
Ul'ma
Vadaturkovo
Valya-Traisteny
Varzareshty
Vasieny
Vaskautsy
Verezheni
Verkhniye Kugureshty
Verkhniye Popeshty
Verkhnyaya Albota
Verkhnyaya Mar'yanovka
Vertyuzhany
Viişoara
Visternicheny
Vornicheny
Voynovo
Vyprova
Yalpuzheny
Yekaterinovka
Yeykhendorf
Yurcheny
Zagaykany
Zagoreny
Zagorna
Zaluchany
Zbiroya
Zembreny
Zguritsa
Zhabka
Zhelobok
Zhora Nizshaya
Zhora Srednyaya
Zhora Vysshaya
Zhura
Zubreshty
Şendreni
Şirăuţi
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Moldova , officially the Republic of Moldova is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe located between Romania to the west and Ukraine to the north, east, and south. The capital city is Chișinău.

Moldova declared itself an independent state with the same boundaries as the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1991 as part of the dissolution of the Soviet Union. On July 29, 1994, the new constitution of Moldova was adopted. A strip of Moldova's internationally recognised territory on the east bank of the river Dniester has been under the de facto control of the breakaway government of Transnistria since 1990.

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the relative weight of the service sector in the economy of Moldova started to grow and began to dominate the GDP (now about 63.5%), as a result of decrease in industry and agriculture. However, Moldova remains the poorest country in Europe.[1]

The country is a parliamentary republic with a president as head of state and a prime minister as head of government. Moldova is a member state of the United Nations, Council of Europe, WTO, OSCE, GUAM, CIS, BSEC and other international organizations. Moldova currently aspires to join the European Union, and has implemented the first three-year Action Plan within the framework of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP).

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