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Moldova is a small land-locked country in , north of the , surrounded by to the southwest, across the Prut river, and to the north and east.
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Chişinău is the capital of with a population of around 790,000 plus 250,000 people coming each day for work and entertainment from all over the country and abroad.

is the capital and largest city in .

is a country in eastern . It seceded from — but is still claimed by — , and is only recognised by the other breakaway states of the former Soviet Union — , and .

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is a town in the northeastern part of .

is an autonomous region of . It has a population of about 135,000 people, 83% of whom are of the Gagauz Turkic ethnic group.

, after in breakaway , is the second largest city in .

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Moldova

  • Location: ,
  • Population: 4,320,000
  • Latitude of center: 47° 17' 12.1" (47.2867°) north
  • Longitude of center: 28° 32' 33" (28.5425°) east
  • Elevation: 172 meters (564 feet)
  • Capital: Chisinau
  • Area: 33,843 km² (13,067 miles²)
  • Languages: Romanian, Russian, Gagauz and Turkish
  • Currency: Leu (MDL)
  • Phone code: 373
  • Internet domain: .md
  • Neighbors: and
  • Wikidata: Moldova
  • Wikimedia Commons: Moldova

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Afrikaans: Moldowa, Akan: Mɔldova, Albanian: Moldavi, Albanian: Moldavia, Amharic: ሞልዶቫ, Arabic: مولدافيا, Arabic: مولدوفا, Aragonese: Republica de Moldavia, Armenian: Մոլդովա, Arpitan: Moldavie, Asturian: Moldavia, Bambara: Molidavi, Basque: Moldavia, Belarusian: Малдова, Рэспубліка, Belarusian: Малдова, Bengali: মলদোভিয়া, Bengali: মোল্দাভিয়া, Bosnian: Moldavija, Bulgarian: Молдова, Република, Bulgarian: Молдова, Catalan: Moldàvia, Catalan: República de Moldàvia, Central Khmer: សាធារណរដ្ឋម៉ុលដាវី, Cherokee: ᎼᎵᏙᏩ, Chinese: 摩尔多瓦, Chinese: 摩尔多瓦共和国, Chuvash: Молдави, Croatian: Moldavija, Republika, Croatian: Moldavija, Czech: Moldavsko, republika, Czech: Moldavsko
Czech: Moldavská republika, Danish: Moldavien, Danish: Republikken Moldova, Dutch: Moldavië, Dutch: Republiek Moldavië, English: Moldova, Republic Of, English: Republic of Moldova, Esperanto: Moldava Respubliko, Esperanto: Moldavio, Esperanto: Moldavujo, Estonian: Moldova Vabariik, Ewe: Moldova nutome, French: Moldavie, French: République de Moldavie, Fulah: Moldawii, Galician: Moldavia, Ganda: Molodova, Georgian: მოლდოვა, German: Moldau (Republik Moldau), German: Moldawien, German: Republik Moldau, Greek: Μολδαβία, Δημοκρατία της, Greek: Μολδαβία, Gujarati: મોલડોવા, Haitian: Moldavi, Hausa: Maldoba, Hebrew: מולדובה, Hindi: मॉल्डोवा, Hindi: मोल्डाविया, Hindi: मोल्दोवा, Hungarian: Moldáv Köztársaság
Icelandic: Moldóva, Indonesian: Moldavia, Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Moldavia, Irish: An Mholdóiv, Italian: Moldavia, Japanese: モルドバ, Japanese: モルドバ共和国, Kalaallisut: Moldavia, Kannada: ಮೊಲ್ಡೋವಾ, Kazakh: Молдова, Korean: 몰도바, Kurdish: مۆلدۆڤا, Lao: ໂມນໂຄວາ, Latin: Respublica Moldavica, Limburgan: Moldavië, Lingala: Molidavi, Lithuanian: Moldavija, Low German: Moldawien, Luba-Katanga: Molidavi, Luxembourgish: Moldawien, Macedonian: Молдавија, Macedonian: Молдова, Malagasy: Môldavia, Malayalam: മള്‍ഡോവ, Maltese: Maldova, Maltese: Moldovja, Marathi: मोल्डोव्हा, Nepali (macrolanguage): माल्डोभा, Nepali (macrolanguage): मोल्दोवा, Northern Sami: Moldávia, Occitan (post 1500): Moldàvia
Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE): ܡܘܠܕܘܒܐ, Oriya (macrolanguage): ମାଲଡୋଭା, Pampanga: Moldabya, Persian: مولداوی, Persian: مولدوا, Persian: مولدووا, Piemontese: Moldavia, Polish: Mołdawia, Republika, Polish: Mołdawia, Portuguese: Moldova, República de, Portuguese: Moldávia, Quechua: Mulduwa, Romanian: Moldova, Republica, Romanian: Republica Moldova, Romanian: Молдова, Romansh: Moldavia, Rundi: Moludavi, Russian: Молдавия, Russian: Молдова, Sango: Moldavùii, Sanskrit: मोल्दोवा, Serbian: Молдавија, Serbo-Croatian: Moldavija, Sinhala: මොල්ඩෝවාව, Slovak: Moldavsko, republika, Slovak: Moldavsko, Slovenian: Moldavija, Slovenian: Republika Moldova, Somali: Moldofa, Spanish: Moldavia, Swedish: Moldavien
Tagalog: Moldavia, Tamil: மால்டோவா, Telugu: మోల్ డోవ, Thai: ประเทศมอลโดวา, Thai: มอลโดวา, Tigrinya: ሞልዶቫ, Tonga (Tonga Islands): Molotova, Turkish: Moldovya, Turkish: Moldovya Cumhuriyeti, Uighur: مولدوۋا, Ukrainian: Молдова, Ukrainian: Республіка Молдова, Upper Sorbian: Moldawska, Urdu: مالدووا, Vietnamese: Môn-đô-va (Moldova), Vietnamese: Môn-đô-va, Waray (Philippines): Moldavia, Welsh: Moldofa, Western Frisian: Moldaavje, Yiddish: מאלדאוויע, Yiddish: מאלדאווע, Yoruba: Orílẹ́ède Modofia, Zulu: i-Moldova, Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic, Moldavskaya Sovetskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Respublika, Sovetskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Respublika Moldova, Soviet Socialist Republic of Moldova
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