Trușeni

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Trușeni
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Trușeni
Location in Moldova
Coordinates: 47°04′N28°41′E / 47.067°N 28.683°E / 47.067; 28.683 Coordinates: 47°04′N28°41′E / 47.067°N 28.683°E / 47.067; 28.683
CountryFlag of Moldova.svg  Moldova
Municipalities of Moldova Chișinău Municipality
Area
  Total6 sq mi (15 km2)
Population
 (2014) [1]
  Total10,380
  Density1,800/sq mi (690/km2)
Time zone UTC+2 (EET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+3 (EEST)
Postal code
MD-3733
Area code(s) +373 22 590 / +373 22 591
Website Truseni Website

Trușeni is a commune in Chișinău Municipality, Moldova. It had a population of 7,952 at the 2004 Moldovan Census, and is a northwest suburb of the city. The commune is composed of two villages, Dumbrava (population 406) and Trușeni (population 7,546). [2]

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Notable people

Demography

Ethnic groups

According to Census of Population from 2004 (Republic of Moldova):

Ethnic groupPopulation % Percentage
Natives declared Moldovans
Natives declared Romanians
5913
1469
78,36%
19,47%
Russians 791,05%
Ukrainians 410,54%
Gypsy 150,20%
Bulgarians 50,07%
Gagauzians 30,04%
Jewry 10,01%
Azerbaijani 20,02
Others200,27%
Total7546

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References

  1. Results of Population and Housing Census in the Republic of Moldova in 2014: "Characteristics - Population (population by communes, religion, citizenship)" (XLS). National Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Moldova. 2017. Retrieved 2017-05-01.
  2. Clasificatorul unităților administrativ-teritoriale al Republicii Moldova (CUATM) (in Romanian)