Moldavia

Moldavia is a region in north-eastern , sharing a border with and . It consists of the counties of Iași, Vaslui, Galați, Vrancea, Botoșani, Neamț and Bacău.
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Iaşi is the second city of after , the national capital, by population and in cultural, historical and academic importance. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

is in the Moldavia region of . It's a major port city on the Danube with around 312,000 inhabitants, and close to the borders with and . Photo: Andymxm, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is the main city in , . At the 2016 national estimation it had a population of 196,883, making it the 12th largest city in Romania. Photo: Anturaju Daniel, CC BY 2.0.

is the capital city of , in the northern part of Moldavia, . Photo: Bogdan Muraru, CC BY-SA 4.0.

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, German: Kreuzburg an der , Hungarian: Karácsonkő) is the capital city of , in the historical region of Western Moldavia, in northeastern . Photo: T.seppelt, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is a resort city of 11,300 people in the County, in Moldavia, . Photo: Andrei Dan Suciu, CC BY 3.0.

is a town in , Western Moldavia, situated in the eastern near the confluence of the and Rivers and near , an artificial lake formed by the Dam on the Bistrița. Photo: Bogdan29roman, Public domain.

, formerly Băile Slănic, is a town and a spa resort in , . Photo: Ioan Daniel Roșu, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Moldavia

Latitude of center
46.82° or 46° 49' 12" north
Longitude of center
27.14° or 27° 8' 24" east
Population
4,280,000

Also Known As

  • Arabic: إمارة مولدافيا
  • Arabic: مولدافيا
  • Arabic: مولدوفا
  • Azerbaijani: Moldova
  • Azerbaijani: Qərbi Moldova
  • Basque: Mendebaldeko Moldavia
  • Belarusian: Заходняя Малдова
  • Belarusian: Малдаўскае княства
  • Belarusian: Малдова, гістарычная вобласць Румыніі
  • Belarusian: Малдова
  • Breton: Moldavia
  • Breton: Republik Moldavia
  • Bulgarian: Западна Молдова
  • Bulgarian: Молдавия
  • Bulgarian: Молдова
  • Catalan: Moldàvia
  • Chinese: 摩尔达维亚
  • Chinese: 摩爾達維亞
  • Chinese: 摩爾達維亞公國
  • Chinese: 摩達維亞
  • Chinese: 摩達維亞公國
  • Chinese: 西摩爾達維亞
  • Croatian: Bogdanija
  • Croatian: Moldavija
  • Croatian: Moldavska
  • Czech: Moldávie
  • Danish: Moldavien
  • Dutch: Moldavië (Roemenië)
  • Dutch: Moldavië
  • Dutch: Vorstendom Moldavie
  • English: Romanian Moldavia
  • English: Western Moldavia
  • Esperanto: Okcidenta Moldavio
  • Finnish: Moldavia
  • Finnish: Moldova
  • Finnish: Moldovan ruhtinaskunta
  • Finnish: Moldovia
  • French: Moldavie
  • French: Moldavie occidentale
  • French: Région de Moldavie
  • Georgian: მოლდოვა
  • German: Moldau
  • German: Moldau (Region)
  • Greek: Μολδαβία
  • Hebrew: מולדובה
  • Hebrew: נסיכות מולדובה
  • Hungarian: Moldva
  • Indonesian: Kepangeranan Moldavia
  • Indonesian: Moldavia
  • Irish: An Mholdáiv Thiar
  • Italian: Moldavia (Romania)
  • Italian: Principato di Moldavia
  • Italian: Principato di Moldova
  • Japanese: モルダビア
  • Japanese: モルダビア公国
  • Japanese: モルダビア共和国
  • Japanese: モルダヴィア
  • Japanese: モルダヴィア公国
  • Japanese: モルドバ公国
  • Japanese: モルドヴァ公国
  • Korean: 몰다비아
  • Latin: Ducatus Moldaviae
  • Latin: Principatus Moldaviae
  • Latvian: Bogdanija
  • Latvian: Mazā Valahija
  • Latvian: Moldoslāvija
  • Latvian: Rietummoldāvija
  • Latvian: Rosovlahija
  • Lithuanian: Moldova
  • Lithuanian: Vakarų Moldavija
  • Macedonian: Молдавија
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Landskap Moldova
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Moldava
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Moldavia
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Moldova
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Fyrstedømet Moldavia
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Moldavia
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Ţara Moldovei
  • Occitan (post 1500): Moldàvia
  • Persian: مولدووا
  • Persian: پادشاهی مولداوی
  • Polish: Mołdawia zachodnia
  • Portuguese: Moldávia
  • Portuguese: Moldávia (Romênia)
  • Portuguese: Principado da Moldova
  • Portuguese: Principado da Moldávia
  • Romanian: Moldova
  • Romanian: Moldova Occidentală
  • Russian: Западная Молдавия
  • Russian: Молдова
  • Russian: Румынская Молдавия
  • Serbian: Moldavija
  • Serbian: Западна Молдавија
  • Serbian: Молдавија
  • Serbian: Молдавска кнежевина
  • Slovak: Moldavsko (Rumunsko)
  • Slovak: Moldávia
  • Spanish: Moldavia
  • Spanish: Moldavia Occidental
  • Spanish: Region de Moldavia
  • Spanish: Región de Moldavia
  • Swedish: Furstendömet Moldau
  • Swedish: Furstendömet Moldavien
  • Swedish: Furstendömet Moldova
  • Swedish: Moldau
  • Swedish: Moldova
  • Thai: History of Moldavia
  • Thai: Moldavia
  • Thai: Principality of Moldavia
  • Thai: ประวัติศาสตร์มอลดาเวีย
  • Thai: ภูมิภาคมอลดาเวีย
  • Thai: มอลดาเวีย
  • Thai: มอลเดเวีย
  • Thai: ราชรัฐมอลดาเวีย
  • Thai: ราชรัฐมอลเดเวีย
  • Thai: ราชรัฐโมลดาเวีย
  • Thai: โมลดาเวีย
  • Turkish: Boğdan
  • Ukrainian: Західна Молдова
  • Ukrainian: Молдавія
  • Ukrainian: Румунська Молдова
  • Moldavsko

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