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Tomai is a village in Leova District, Moldova.
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.
Ialoveni is a city in the Republic of Moldova situated 10 km (6 mi) from Chişinău. The city is administrative center of the Ialoveni District.
Cantemir is a town in Moldova. It is the administrative center of Cantemir District.
Moldovans or Moldavians are the largest ethnic group of the Republic of Moldova, and a significant minority in Ukraine and Russia. Under the variant Moldavians, the term may also be used to refer to all inhabitants of the territory of historical Principality of Moldavia, currently divided among Romania (47.5%), Moldova (30.5%) and Ukraine (22%), regardless of ethnic identity.
Căușeni is a town and the administrative center of Căușeni District, Moldova.
Criuleni is a city in Moldova, seat of the Criuleni District. The city administers two villages, Ohrincea and Zolonceni.
Șoldănești is a city in Moldova. It is the capital of Șoldănești District. Known as Chernenko during the communist era, the town regained its historical name in the early 1980s.
Rîșcani is a city in Moldova, the capital of the Rîșcani District. It is located along the Copăceanca river, about 22 kilometres from the station in Drochia. Two villages are administered by the city, Bălanul Nou and Rămăzan.
Sîngerei is a city in Moldova and the seat of Sîngerei District. One village is administered by the city, Vrăneşti.
Ștefan Vodă is a city and the administrative centre of Ștefan Vodă District, Moldova. It was known as Suvorov (Суворов) during the Soviet period, until 22 May 1990.
Costeşti is a city in Rîșcani district, in northern Moldova.
Bucovăț is a town in Strășeni district, Moldova. One village is administered by the town, Rassvet.
Durlești is a town in Chișinău municipality, Moldova.
Ghindești is a town in Florești District, Moldova.
Sîngera is a town in Chișinău municipality, Moldova. In addition, two villages are administered by the town, Dobrogea and Revaca. At the 2004 Moldovan Census, the population of the town itself was 7,354, that of Dobrogea, 3,279, and Revaca, 976. The total population was 11,609. At this point in Singera functioning church in honor of the Holy Righteous Joachim and Anna.
Vatra is a town in Chișinău municipality, Moldova, with a population of 3500 people.
Biruința is a town in Sîngerei district, Moldova.
Ocnița is a town and the administrative center of Ocnița District, Moldova.
The 2014 Republic of Moldova Census was held between 12-25 May 2014. It was organized by National Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Moldova.
According to the Moldovan law on territorial administrative organisation, two or more villages can form together a commune.
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