Guide to Moldova
Moldova which official name is Republic of Moldova or Moldova, is a country from Europe located at the Eastern Europe, northeast of Romania. Moldova with 1,389 km sq km, limits with: Romania 450 km, Ukraine 939 km; and is divided in 32 raions . Moldova's capital is Chisinau which is the most populated city with about 0 inhabitants.
History of Moldova
Moldova's government is republic; a Republic with a Executive government type, with President Vladimir Voronin as head of state and Prime Minister Vasile Tarlev as head of government.
Other symbols of Moldova are Moldovan anthem "Limba Noastra (Our Language) Moldovan flag.Moldovan flag is composed by same color scheme as Romania - three equal vertical bands of blue (hoist side), yellow, and red; emblem in center of flag is of a Roman eagle of gold outlined in black with a red beak and talons carrying a yellow cross in its beak and a green olive branch.
Moldova's history is quite long: Formerly part of Romania, Moldova was incorporated into the Soviet Union at the close of World War II. Although independent from the USSR since 1991, Russian forces have remained on Moldovan territory east of the Dniester River supporting the Slavic major
Moldova has an area of 33,843Km ,with a coastline of 0, this great area is composed by 33,371 sq km of land and 472 sq km of water. Moldovan geography is known by it's rolling steppe, gradual slope south to Black Sea . This makes Moldovan's land specially proclive to landslides (57 cases in 1998).
Guide to travel to Moldova
If you are thinking on traveling to Moldova, you will have to take in consideration some points like Moldova's currency, Moldova's weather, Moldova's national holiday and Moldova's transports.
The first thing you need to know for your travels abroad is country's currency. Moldova`s currency is called leu ( 0
Moldova's weather is characterized to be moderate winters, warm summers. So be sure of choosing the proper date to travel to Moldova.
You can also consider to visit Moldova on it's national holiday to get in Moldova's culture. If you do so, Moldova's national holiday is called Independence Day, 27 August.
Also, if you like natural wonders, don't forget to visit the highest point of Moldova: Dealul Balanesti 430 m. And try also to get to Moldova's lowest point: Dniester River 2 mBut if you prefer the city, you must visit Moldova's tallest structure: ( ).
Don't be afraid to take a flight to Moldova, with more than 12 airports and 2 airlines, you will get to Moldova without problems. Once there, you can choose the transport type that better fits your needs. Moldova has about1,138 of railways, and also424 of roadways, so is a good place for a car trip.
Moldova is known by Moldovans as Republica Moldova or Moldova in the shortened way. Moldovan, about 4,320,490 people, are composed by different ethnics: Moldovan/Romanian 78.2%, Ukrainian 8.4%, Russian 5.8%, Gagauz 4.4%, Bulgarian 1.9%, other 1.3% (2004 census). And they also have different languages: Romanian, Moldovan.
Another relevant point nowadays it's Moldova's religion. Moldovans are divided in Eastern Orthodox 98%, Jewish 1.5%, Baptist and other 0.5% (2000).
Videos of Moldova
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Latest News of Moldova
|Moldova's Winemakers Seize Upon Region's Geopolitical Moment
The tiny European country of Moldova isn't known for much of anything, and especially not its wine. But its winemakers are trying to find new export markets and overcome their post-Soviet reputation.
|Moldova says Russian fruit ban is punishment
CHISINAU, Moldova (AP) — Moldovan officials say a Russian ban on fresh fruit and some vegetables from Moldova is retaliation for the former Soviet republic's moving closer to the European Union.
|Russia bans Moldova meat, courts rebels after EU accords
Russia has banned meat exports from Moldova and made a fresh overture to its rebel region of Transdniestr after the ex-Soviet country defied Moscow by signing an association deal with the European Union. Moldova, along with fellow ex-Soviet countries Ukraine and Georgia, last week opted to boost its links with the EU in a move seen as a major snub to the Kremlin. This week Moscow banned exports ...
|This is an additional support measures for Moldovan producers, given the impact of the Russian Federation’s decision ...
Following discussions with the PM of the Republic of Moldova, Iurie Leanca and vice-PM Natalia Gherman, at the request of the Moldovan Government, given the impact of the Russian Federation’s decision to stop imports of Moldovan fruits and vegetables, the European Commission is proposing additional support measures for Moldovan producers, the European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural ...
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