Chișinău

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Chișinău, also known as Kishinev, is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Moldova.wikipedia
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Chișinău, also known as Kishinev, is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Moldova.
The capital city is Chișinău.

Kishinev pogrom

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Historically, the English language name for the city, "Kishinev", was based on the modified Russian one because it entered the English language via Russian at the time Chișinău was part of the Russian Empire (e.g. Kishinev pogrom).
The Kishinev pogrom was an anti-Jewish riot that took place in Kishinev, then the capital of the Bessarabia Governorate in the Russian Empire, on 6-9 April 1903.

Ungheni

Ungheni-TârgUngheni, Ungheni District
Chișinău-Ungheni-Iași railway was opened on 1 June 1875 in preparation for the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878).
A railway between Ungheni and Chişinău was built in 1875 by Russia in preparation for the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878).

Bessarabia

BasarabiaEastern Moldavia1940 occupation of Bessarabia
The newly acquired territories became known as Bessarabia.
The region's main cities are Chișinău (the former capital of Bessarabia Governorate, nowadays the capital of Moldova), Izmail and Bilhorod-Dnistrovs'kyi, historically called Cetatea Albă / Akkerman (nowadays both in Ukraine).

Bessarabia Governorate

BessarabiaGovernorate of BessarabiaBessarabian guberniya
Chișinău became the capital of the newly annexed oblast (later guberniya) of Bessarabia.
After the annexation, the local boyars, led by Gavril Bănulescu-Bodoni, the Metropolitan of Chişinău and Hotin, petitioned for self-rule and the establishment of a civil government based on the Moldavian traditional laws.

Agricultural State University of Moldova

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In 1933, the first higher education institution in Bessarabia was established, by transfering the Agricultural Sciences Section of the University of Iași to Chișinău, as the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences.
The State Agrarian University of Moldova (Universitatea Agrară de Stat din Moldova) is a university located in Chişinău, Moldova.

Jassy–Kishinev Offensive

Second Jassy–Kishinev OffensiveIassy-Kishinev OffensiveJassy-Kishinev Operation
Chișinău was captured by the Red Army on 24 August 1944 as a result of the Jassy-Kishinev Operation.
The Jassy–Kishinev Operation, named after the two major cities, Iași and Chișinău, in the staging area, was a Soviet offensive against Axis forces, which took place in Eastern Romania from 20 to 29 August 1944 during World War II.

Moldavian Democratic Republic

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Following the Russian October Revolution, Bessarabia declared independence from the crumbling empire, as the Moldavian Democratic Republic, before joining the Kingdom of Romania.
On 1/14 January 1918, the Front Section of the Rumcherod Bolsheviks entered Chișinău, the capital of the nascent republic.

Calea Ferată din Moldova

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On 28 August 1871, Chișinău was linked by rail with Tiraspol, and in 1873 with Cornești.
On August 28, 1871, the railway linking Tiraspol with Chișinău was officially opened.

Stephen the Great Monument

Monument to Stephen the Great and Holystatue of Ştefan cel MareȘtefan cel Mare's monument from Chișinău
In 1927, the Stephen the Great Monument, by the sculptor Alexandru Plămădeală, was erected.
The Stephen the Great Monument (Monumentul lui Ştefan cel Mare) is a prominent monument in Chişinău, Moldova.

Street names in Chișinău

named after historic persons, places or events
Many streets of Chișinău are named after historic persons, places or events.
Chișinău is the capital of Moldova.

Nicholas II of Russia

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The reactions to this incident included a petition to Tsar Nicholas II of Russia on behalf of the American people by US President Theodore Roosevelt in July 1905.
The Kishinev newspaper Bessarabets, which published anti-Semitic materials, received funds from Viacheslav Plehve, Minister of the Interior.

Cornești, Moldova

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On 28 August 1871, Chișinău was linked by rail with Tiraspol, and in 1873 with Cornești.
The Chișinău-Cornești railway was built between 1871 and 1873.

Durlești

Durlești (17,210)
Durlești is a town in Chișinău municipality, Moldova.

Cricova

town with the same name
Cricova (10,669)
Cricova is a Moldovan town, located 15 km north of Chișinău, the capital of the country.

Mayor of Chișinău

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Chișinău is governed by the City Council and the City Mayor (Primar), both elected once every four years.
The Mayor of Chișinău is head of the executive branch of Chișinău Municipal Council.

Sîngera

Sîngera (9,966)
Sîngera is a town in Chișinău municipality, Moldova.

Trușeni

Dumbrava, Trușeni
Trușeni (10,380)
Trușeni is a commune in Chișinău Municipality, Moldova.

Stăuceni, Chișinău

Stăuceni
Stăuceni (8,694)
Stăuceni is a Moldovan commune, located 3 km in the north-east of Chişinău, the capital of Moldova.

Condrița

Condrița (595)
Condrița is a village in Chișinău Municipality, Moldova.

Vadul lui Vodă

Vadul lui Vodă (5,295)
Vadul lui Vodă is a town in the Chișinău municipality, Moldova.

Colonița

Colonița (3,367)
Colonița is a village in Chișinău municipality, Moldova.

Ghidighici

Ghidighici (5,051)
Ghidighici is a village in Chișinău municipality, Moldova.

Bubuieci

Bubuieci (8,047)
Bubuieci is a commune in Chișinău municipality, Moldova.

Sectorul Centru

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Centru
Sectorul Centru is one of the five sectors in Chișinău, the capital of Moldova.