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Moldova 2019

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Top places of interest

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Chișinău International Airport

Chișinău International Airport (IATA: KIV, ICAO: LUKK) is Moldova's main international airport, located 13 km (8.1 mi) southeast of the centre of Chișinău, the capital city. It serves as headquarters for Air Moldova, the country's national airline. The...

Chișinău Water Tower

The Chișinău Water Tower is an architectural monument of Chișinău, Moldova, located at 2 Mitropolit Bănulescu-Bodoni Street and built at the end of 19th century after a project by Alexander Bernadazzi. It was a main part of Chişinău's water system. The...

Chișinău City Hall

Chişinău City Hall is a historical and architectural monument built in Italian Gothic style located in Central Chişinău, Moldova. Originally constructed to house the city Duma in 1901, the building was nearly destroyed during World War II. It was rebui...

Ciuflea Monastery

The monastery was financed by Anastasie Ciufli (1801 - 1870) to respect the last will of his brother Teodor Ciufli (1796 - 1854). The two brothers were Aromanian merchants who emigrated from Macedonia to Bessarabia in 1821. Anastasie was authorised to ...

Moldova National Opera Ballet

The National Opera and Ballet Theatre of Moldova (Romanian: Teatrul Naţional de Operă şi Balet "Maria Bieșu" din Republica Moldova) in Chişinău, Moldova, is one of the leading opera and ballet theatres in Eastern Europe. It is housed in a building on t...

Rose Valley

From the 6th to the 13th centuries, the territory of Moldova was populated by Slavic tribes, the Ulichs and the Tivertsi, along with the Dacians. Not far from the city of Peresechen, in a valley with three lakes, there was a sanctuary dedicated to Slav...

Ștefan cel Mare Central Park

Ştefan cel Mare Central Park is the main park in Central Chişinău, Moldova. Formerly known as Pushkin Park, it is the oldest park in Moldova and spans about 7 hectares (17 acres). It has gained the nickname "The Park of the Lovers" in Chişinău due to i...

Chișinău Botanical Garden

The Chișinău Botanical Garden of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova was founded in 1950 by the Russian Academy of Science. The garden is located in Chișinău, Botanica, Moldova and covers an area of 76 hectares. In 1973, a new botanical garden was estab...

Codri

During the Middle Ages most of the Principality of Moldavia's hills were forested, and the forested area in general was referred to as Codrii, with bigger regional forests often given names such as Codrii Cosminului (Cosmin Codrii), Codrii Plonini (Plo...

Comrat State University

The Comrat State University is a public university in Comrat, Moldova. It is the successor of the Gagauz National University, founded on 11 February 1991, by the decision of the Russian Education Foundation and the Executive Committee of Comrat Regiona...

National Museum of History of Moldova

Over 263,000 exhibits, 165,000 of which belong to the national heritage, are exhibited in the National Museum of History, founded in 1983 on the former Regional Lyceum. It is situated on 121a, 31 August 1989 str., in the historical center of Chişinău. ...

Nativity Cathedral

The Cathedral of Christ's Nativity is the main cathedral of the Moldovan Orthodox Church in Central Chișinău, Moldova. It was commissioned by the governor of New Russia, Prince Mikhail Semyonovich Vorontsov, and Metropolitan Gavril Bănulescu-Bodoni in ...

Presidential Palace

The building was built between 1984 and 1987 by Yuri Tumanean, A. Zaltman, and V. Iavorski. It was made to be the new building of the Supreme Soviet of the Moldavian SSR. After Moldova gained its independence, the building became the residence of the P...

Prometeu-Prim Lyceum

Its main building is located on str. Nicolae Iorga, 2. The primary school block is situated on str. Sciusev, 2 nearby to the "Dinamo" Stadium. Prometeu-Prim is ranked high among the Moldovan schools, providing a significant proportion of pupils for ...

Transfiguration Church

Originally named after SS. Constantine and Helen, the church was part of the now disappeared Michael the Brave "gymnasium" for boys, built between 1898 and 1902 by the architect Mihail Seroținski. The church was not built at the same time as other ...

Alley of Classics

The alley is decorated on both sides with red granite busts of classic Romanian literary figures and political leaders from Moldova. The alley is located between the Ştefan cel Mare boulevard and the bronze bust of Alexander Pushkin, set on a granite c...

Stephen the Great Monument

The Stephen the Great Monument is a prominent monument in Chişinău, Moldova. The monument to Stephen the Great was designed by architect Alexandru Plămădeală in 1923. It was erected near the main entrance of the Stephen the Great Park in Central Chi...

Triumphal arch

The Triumphal arch was built in 1840 by the architect I. Zauschevic and thanks to the governor's of Bessarabia initiative to commemorate the victory of the Russian Empire over the Ottoman Empire during the Russo-Turkish War (1828–29). From its construc...

Bender

Bender; de facto official name Benders; also known by other alternative names) is a city within the internationally recognized borders of Moldova under de facto control of the unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (Transnistria) (PMR) since 19...

Soroca Fort

The city has its origin in the medieval Genoese trade post of Olchionia, or Alchona.[citation needed] It is known for its well-preserved stronghold, established by the Moldavian Prince Stephen the Great in 130 The original wooden fort, which defende...

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TOP DESTINATIONS

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