Tomai, Gagauzia

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Tomai
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Tomai
Coordinates: 46°10′54″N28°46′03″E / 46.18167°N 28.76750°E / 46.18167; 28.76750
CountryFlag of Moldova.svg  Moldova
District Gagauzia
Government
  Mayor Fiodor Topciu (Independent [1] )
Population (2014 census) [2]
  Total 4,263
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
  Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)

Tomai is a commune and village in the Gagauz Autonomous Territorial Unit of the Republic of Moldova. The 2004 census listed the commune as having a population of 5,014 people. [3] 4,767 of the village residents were Gagauz. Minorities included 36 Moldovans, 80 Russians, 46 Ukrainians, 37 Bulgarians, 28 Roma plus 20 of other ethnicities.

Gagauzia Administrative territorial entity of Moldova

Gagauzia or Gagauz Yeri, officially the Autonomous Territorial Unit of Gagauzia, is an autonomous region of Moldova. Its name comes from the Gagauz people. Gagauz Yeri literally means "place of the Gagauz".

Moldova republic in Eastern Europe

Moldova, officially the Republic of Moldova, is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, bordered by Romania to the west and Ukraine to the north, east, and south. The capital city is Chișinău.

Gagauz people ethnic group

The Gagauzes are a Turkic people living mostly in southern Moldova, southwestern Ukraine (Budjak), northeastern Bulgaria, Greece, Brazil, the United States and Canada. The Gagauz are Eastern Orthodox Christians.

Tomai's geographical coordinates are 46° 10' 54" North, 28° 46' 3" East

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Coordinates: 46°10′54″N28°46′03″E / 46.18167°N 28.76750°E / 46.18167; 28.76750

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