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MTS Info icon.svg This is a list of articles about a country in Central and Eastern Europe region. This list is created for a cross-border collaboration project by voluntary contributors and therefore it only reflects their subjective opinion. Presence or non-presence of a topic in the list is not related to its objective importance or lack of it. This page is open for changes and further contributions.

Article lists for Moldova[edit]

P art-green.png a. Culture

  1. Soroca Fort
  2. Bender Fort (be/ro/ru/uk)
  3. Thanksgiving Candle
  4. Rudi Monastery
  5. Japca Monastery
  6. Hâncu monastery
  7. Căpriana monastery
  8. Saharna Monastery
  9. Cosăuți Monastery (uk)
  10. Zdob și Zdub
  11. O-Zone
  12. Mămăligă
  13. Plăcintă
  14. Mărțișor

P biology-green.png b. Nature / Geography

  1. Soroca
  2. Comrat
  3. Bender
  4. Tiraspol
  5. Bălți
  6. Otaci
  7. Rîbnița
  8. Orhei
  9. Dubăsari
  10. Ocnița
  11. Strășeni
  12. Cahul
  13. Florești
  14. Giurgiulești
  15. Răut River
  16. Bîc River
  17. Transnistria autonomous territorial unit with special legal status (according to Moldovan legislation)
  18. Gagauzia

P agriculture-green.png c. Economics

  1. Economy of Moldova
  2. Moldovan leu
  3. Agriculture in Moldova
  4. Moldovan wine
  5. KVINT
  6. Cricova (winery)
  7. Negru de Purcari
  8. Bostavan
  9. Moldcell
  10. Orange Moldova
  11. Interdnestrcom
  12. Sheriff (company)

P social sciences-green.png d. Society

  1. Moldovans
  2. Gagauz people
  3. Gagauz language
  4. Ukrainians in Moldova (bg/ro/ru/uk)
  5. Bulgarians in Moldova (bg/ro/ru)

P sport-green.png e. Sports

  1. Moldovan Football Federation
  2. Moldova national football team
  3. Moldovan National Division
  4. FC Sheriff Tiraspol
  5. FC Zimbru Chișinău
  6. FC Dacia Chișinău
  7. FC Milsami Orhei
  8. FC Nistru Otaci
  9. FC Tiraspol
  10. FC Iskra-Stal
  11. FC Zaria Bălți
  12. Sheriff Stadium
  13. Zimbru Stadium

P ps-green.png f. Politics

  1. Nicolae Timofti
  2. Marian Lupu
  3. Vlad Filat
  4. Mihai Ghimpu
  5. Vladimir Voronin
  6. Zinaida Greceanîi
  7. Petru Lucinschi
  8. Mircea Snegur
  9. Communist Party of Moldova
  10. Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova
  11. Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova
  12. Mihail Formuzal
  13. Igor Smirnov
  14. Yevgeny Shevchuk

P transport-green.png g. Transport

  1. Calea Ferată din Moldova
  2. Chișinău Railway Station
  3. Chișinău International Airport
  4. Air Moldova
  5. Moldavian Airlines
  6. Trolleybuses in Chișinău
  7. Троллейбусная линия Тирасполь — Бендеры (ru/uk)

P history-green.png h. History

  1. Stephen III of Moldavia
  2. Dimitrie Cantemir
  3. Moldavia
  4. Old Orhei
  5. Treaty of Bucharest (1812)
  6. Moldavian Democratic Republic
  7. Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic
  8. Moldovan Declaration of Independence
  9. Transnistria War

P chemist-green.png i. Science

  1. Nicolae Testemițanu

P literature-green.png j. Education

  1. Moldova State University
  2. Ion Creangă Pedagogical State University
  3. Shevchenko Transnistria State University
  4. Agricultural State University of Moldova
  5. Nicolae Testemițanu State University of Medicine and Pharmacy
  6. Technical University of Moldova
  7. Comrat State University
  8. Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu State University
  9. Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova

Female Icon.svg k. Women

  1. Aliona Moon
  2. Nelly Ciobanu

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