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Country: Moldova      Region: Central Region
Type of attraction: Monasteries tours
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It is situated 70 km north-west of Chisinau. The community of monks appeared in this area for the first time in 1740. Later some wooden churches and cells were built. The first half of the XIX c. was a flourishing period for the Hirjeuca Convent. It was surrounded by lakes, fountains and paths in a well designed park.

Country: Moldova      Region: North Region
Type of attraction: Rural areas
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One of the first tourist routes through Moldova was organized in the 60's to Cosauti – the stone masons’ village, which is situated 7 km north of Soroca fortress (160 km north of Chisinau).

Country: Moldova      Region: North Region
Type of attraction: Rural areas
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The Japca area (160 km north the Chisinau) is very well known for its convent of nuns, the only one to remain open during the Soviet period. In XVIIth c. the convent community was similar to a fortress. The first recorded date of the hermitage goes back to 1693, when the monks lived in the inside cells and held religious services in the church, which was also inside caves.

Country: Moldova      Region: North Region
Type of attraction: Natural Attractions
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The biggest nature reservation of scientific interest in Moldova is situated on the meadowlands of the middle Prut river in a zone known as the “Padurea Domneasca” (185 km north of Chisinau). Along the river Prut, covering a vast area, a meadow forest extends with its characteristic species for this type of environment: willow-trees, oaks, poplars, beeches, etc.

Country: Moldova      Region: South Region
Type of attraction: Medieval Castles
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The city of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi is also referred to by alternative transliterations from Ukrainian as Bilhorod-Dnistrovsky orBilhorod-Dnistrovskyy. It was added Dnistrovsky to differentiate it from Bilhorod that was part of the Sloboda Ukraine and carried a similar name.

Country: Moldova      Region: Central Region
Type of attraction: Medieval Castles
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Tighina Fortress was first mentioned as an important customs post in a commerce grant issued by Moldavian hospodar Alexandru cel Bun to merchants from Lvov on October 8 1408. The document is written in Old East Slavic and the place is named - Tyagyanakacha. The name Tighina is seen in documents since the second half of the 15th century.

Country: Moldova      Region: North Region
Type of attraction: Natural Attractions
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The road down the river Prut, between Branesti and Cobani villages, situated at 200 km away from Chisinau, takes you to a small but curious natural unity named „The Hundred Knolls” – a unique phenomenon in the area between Prut and Nistru.

Country: Moldova      Region: North Region
Type of attraction: Natural Attractions
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One of the biggest caves in the world is situated in Criva village in the Edinet district (about 265 km north of Chisinau). The length of the underground galleries is more than 89,000 m and they are on several levels. The cave is considered to be on the 3rd largest gypsum cave in the world and the 8th in terms of the length of its underground paths. The cave was discovered in 1959 after an explosion in the gypsum quarry in the Criva. 

Country: Moldova      Region: North Region
Type of attraction: Natural Attractions
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The biggest park in Moldova is situated in the middle of Taul village (about 200 km north the Chisinau). The park surrounded the stylish manor house of the Pommers family at the beginning of the XXth c. It represents one of the most successful works of the landscape architect I.Vladislavschi-Padalco, highly appreciated by the elite of those times.

Country: Moldova      Region: Central Region
Type of attraction: Natural Attractions
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The oldest scientific nature reserve in Moldova is situated near Lozova, 50 km from Chisinau, and is called "Codrii". It was founded on September 27, 1971. Scientific nature reserves are highly protected and divided into 3 functional zones: a strictly protected zone, a buffer zone, and an intermediate zone.

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