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Bender is a city within the internationally recognized borders of Moldova under de facto control of the unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (Transnistria) (PMR) since 1992. It is located on the western bank of the river Dniester in the historical region of Bessarabia.
Between 1999 and February 2002, Moldova was divided into 12 territorial units, including 1 municipality, 1 autonomous territorial unit, 1 territorial unit, and 9 counties :
Lăpușna County was a county Romanian: județ) in the Kingdom of Romania.
Tighina County was a county in the Kingdom of Romania.
Chițcani is a commune in Căușeni District, Moldova. It consists of the village Chițcani and two small villages (hamlets), Merenești and Zahorna. Chițcani is situated to the south-east of the city of Tighina (Bender). The locality, although situated on the right (western) bank of the river Dniester, is under the control of the breakaway Transnistrian authorities. On the opposite side of the river lies the city of Tiraspol.
Football Club Tighina is a Moldovan football club based in Bender, Moldova. They currently play in the Divizia A, the second division in Moldovan football.
Tîrnauca is a commune and village in the Slobozia District of Transnistria, Moldova, situated on the east bank of the river Dniester, between Tighina and Tiraspol. It is notable for being home to the largest bottle-shaped building in the world, the Butylka hotel and museum.
Divizia Naţională 1992 is the first edition of Moldovan Divizia Naţională since independence.
Statistics of Moldovan National Division in the 1996-1997 season.
Voicești is a commune located in Vâlcea County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Tighina, Voicești and Voiceștii din Vale.
Ilarion Ciobanu was a Romanian actor. He has been described as "a legend" in the press and the last true Romanian comic.
Cetatea-Albă County was a county (județ) of Romania, in Bessarabia, with the capital city at Cetatea-Albă. It had an area of 7,595 square kilometres (2,932 sq mi) and a population of 340,459 as of the 1930 census.
Armenians in Moldova are the ethnic Armenians that live in Moldova. They settled in the Principality of Moldavia since the Late Middle Ages, and were well known as a merchant community. They prospered, and built a number of Armenian churches. Since the 18th century, however, their numbers decreased due to assimilation and emigration to other countries. During Soviet occupation, the number of Armenians increased a little, both during the 1950s-1980s, and when new immigrants came from Armenia, Azerbaijan during Nagorno Karabakh War in late 1980s. But after the fall of the Soviet Union, it decreased again.
Chișinău was a county of Moldova from 1998 to 2003. Its population in 2003 was 382,400. Its capital was Chișinău, which was not part of the county.
Afanasie Chiriac was a Bessarabian politician.
Ștefan Ciobanu was a Romanian historian and academician, author of some important works about ancient Romanian literature, Romanian culture in Basarabia under Russian occupation, Bessarabian demography, fervent advocate of the introduction of the Romanian language in the schools of Bessarabia, vice-president of the Romanian Academy between 1944-1948. He served as Minister of Education (1917-1918) of the short-lived Moldavian Democratic Republic.
The 2010–11 Moldovan National Division was the 20th season of top-tier football in Moldova. Sheriff Tiraspol were the defending champions having won their tenth Moldovan championship, all consecutively, last season. The competition began on 24 July 2010.
Lăpușna County was a county in Moldova from 1998 to 2003, with the seat at Hîncești. It bordered the counties of Ungheni, Chișinău County, Tighina, and Cahul, the autonomous region of Gagauzia in Moldova, Ukraine, and România.
Tighina County was a county in Moldova from 1998 to 2003. It bordered Ukraine, Lăpușna County, Chişinău County, and Transnistria. Its de jure capital was the city of Tighina, but due to the Transnistria situation, the de facto capital was Căuşeni.