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Vozneseni Commune in Moldova

Vozneseni is a commune in Leova District, Moldova. It is composed of three villages: Troian, Troița and Vozneseni.

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.

Gălești, Mureș Commune in Mureș County, Romania

Gălești is a commune in Mureș County, Romania composed of seven villages:

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Administrative divisions of Moldova

According to the Moldovan law on territorial administrative organisation, Moldova is divided administratively into the following administrative territorial units: districts, cities/towns and villages. The administrative territorial organization of Moldova is made on 2 levels:

  1. villages (communes), sectors and cities/towns (municipalities) constitute the first level,
  2. districts, Chișinău municipality, Bălți municipality and Bender municipality constitute the second level.

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Dubăsari District, Transnistria district in Transnistria, Moldova

Dubăsari District, is an administrative subdivision of Transnistria, Moldova. It is located along the river Dniester, in the center of Transnsitria. Its seat is the city of Dubăsari. The district contains this city and 9 communes :

Leova District District in Republic of Moldova

Leova District is a district in the central part of Moldova, bordering Romania, with the administrative center at Leova. As of 1 January 2011, its population was 53,800.

Political status of Transnistria

The political status of Transnistria, a self-proclaimed state on the internationally recognized territory of Moldova, has been disputed since the Transnistrian declaration of independence on September 2, 1990. This declaration sought to establish a Soviet Socialist Republic separate from the Moldavian SSR, while still part of the Soviet Union. Following the breakup of the Soviet Union and Moldova's own declaration of independence in 1991, the PMSSR was transformed into the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR), commonly referred to as Transnistria. No United Nations member country recognizes the PMR's bid to sovereignty.

Florești may refer to several places:

Ştefăneşti may refer to:

Cocieri Commune in Moldova

Cocieri is a commune in the Republic of Moldova, and the administrative center of Dubăsari District. It is located on the eastern bank of the Dniester River, consisting of two villages, Cocieri and Vasilievca.

Giurgiulești Commune and village in Cahul District, Moldova

Giurgiulești is a commune in the Cahul District of Moldova. It is also a border crossing point to Romania, located 10 km (6.2 mi) from Galați.

Mereșeni Commune in Moldova

Mereșeni is a commune in Hînceşti District, Moldova. It is composed of two villages, Mereșeni and Sărata-Mereșeni.

Sărata-Galbenă Commune in Moldova

Sărata-Galbenă is a commune in Hîncești District, Moldova. It is composed of five villages: Brătianovca, Cărpineanca, Coroliovca, Sărata-Galbenă and Valea Florii. Its existence was first documented in 1609.

Grinăuți-Moldova Commune in Ștefan Vodă District, Moldova

Grinăuți-Moldova is a commune in Ocnița District, Moldova. It is composed of three villages: Grinăuți-Moldova, Grinăuți-Raia and Rediul Mare station.

Cosăuți Commune in Moldova

Cosăuți is a commune in Soroca District, Moldova. It is composed of two villages, Cosăuți and Iorjnița. The commune is located on the Moldovan border with Ukraine, near the city of Yampil.

Bravicea Village in Călărași District, Moldova

Bravicea is a village in Călărași District, Moldova.

Administrative divisions of Transnistria

The Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic is subdivided into five raions :

Transnistria autonomous territorial unit administrative territorial entity of Moldova

Transnistria autonomous territorial unit, officially The Administrative-Territorial Units of the Left Bank of the Dniester is a formal administrative unit of Moldova established by the Government of Moldova to delineate the territory controlled by the unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.

According to the Moldovan law on territorial administrative organisation, two or more villages can form together a commune.