Slobozia District

District of Transnistria.

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Slobozia, Moldova

City in the Republic of Moldova under the de facto control of the unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.

It is the seat of the Slobozia District of Transnistria.

Căușeni District

District in the central part of Moldova, with the administrative center at Căușeni.

Hagimus (population: 2731)
Assumption of Our Lady Church

It is bordered by the following districts: Ialoveni and Anenii Noi in the north, Slobozia District in the east, Ștefan Vodă District in the south-east, bordering in the south with Ukraine, and Cimișlia District in the west.


Unrecognised breakaway state that is internationally recognised as part of Moldova.

Moldavian ASSR (orange) and Romania, 1924–1940
Igor Smirnov, first president of Transnistria from 1991 to 2011
Soviet symbols are still used in Transnistria.
Igor Smirnov with Vladimir Voronin and Dmitry Medvedev in Barvikha, 18 March 2009
General map of Transnistria
Dniester River in Bender (Tighina)
Districts of Transnistria
License plate of Transnistria
Transnistrian territory in relation to the rest of Moldova, landlocked along the border with Ukraine. Note that this map treats lands at the west bank of the Dniester (such as Bender) as undisputed Transnistrian territory.
Political map of Transnistria with the differences between the de facto Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic and the de jure Autonomous Dniestrian Territory
Former President of Transnistria Yevgeny Shevchuk and Sabbas, diocesan bishop of the Moldovan Orthodox Church
A Transnistrian passport
The Transnistrian parliament building in Tiraspol, fronted by a statue of Vladimir Lenin
Tiraspol City Council
World War II-era Soviet T-34 in Tiraspol
Russian peace-keeping soldiers at the border between Transnistria and Moldova at Dubăsari
Transnistrian soldiers in 2013
Demographic evolution in Transnistrian regions and the city of Tiraspol. Purple: Moldovans (Romanians), green: Ukrainians, blue: Russians.
Noul Neamț Monastery
Transnistria's central bank, the Transnistrian Republican Bank
Tiraspol, capital of Transnistria
Welcome (Bine ați venit!) sign in Moldovan Cyrillic in Tiraspol. The Cyrillic alphabet was replaced by the Latin alphabet in 1989 in Moldova, but remains in use in Transnistria.

Moldovans were the largest ethnic group, representing an overall majority in the two districts in the central Transnistria (Dubăsari District, 50.2%, and Grigoriopol District, 64.8%) a 47.8% relative majority in the northern Camenca District, and a 41.5% relative majority in the southern (Slobozia District).

Administrative divisions of Transnistria

Not part of territorial unit Transnistria of Moldova as defined by the central authorities, but is controlled by the PMR authorities, which consider it part of PMR's administrative organization.

Administrative divisions of Transnistria.

Slobozia (Slobozia, Moldovan Cyrillic: Слободзе́я)

Ștefan Vodă District

District in the south-east of Moldova, with the administrative center at Ștefan Vodă.

Palanca and Nistru river
Purcari wine factory

It is bordered by Căușeni District in the northwest, Slobozia District in the northeast, and the state border with Ukraine in the south and east.


Tîrnauca (Romanian; Тернівка, Ternivka, Терновка, Ternovka) is a commune and village in the Slobozia District of the Left Bank of the Dniester, Moldova, situated on the east bank of the river Dniester, between Tighina and Tiraspol.

Alexandru Caraman

Caraman during the Victory Day celebrations in Donetsk, 2015.

Alexandru Caraman (Александр Караман, Aleksandr Karaman) (born in Cioburciu, Slobozia district, 26 July 1956) is a Transnistrian politician and later the Foreign Minister of the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) during August 2014.

Demographic history of Transnistria

A demographic history of Transnistria shows that Transnistria has been home to numerous ethnic groups, in varying proportions, over time.

The region around actual Transnistria (in red)
The now demolished Juriewicz Palace in Rașcov was a testament to the Polish presence in Transnistria, which is centered in that area of Moldova.
Ethnic map of Transnistria (1870)
Ethnic groups in Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1924-1940)
1941 Romanian census including the Transnistria Governorate
Ethnic map of Moldova Soviet Socialist Republic (1989). Transnistria is in the northeastern section of the map
Demographic evolution in Transnistria

In 2004, the Moldovans were still the most numerous ethnic group, representing an overall majority in the two districts in the central Transnistria (Dubăsari District, 50.15%, and Grigoriopol District, 64.83%), a 47.82% relative majority in the northern Camenca District, and a 41.52% relative majority in the southern (Slobozia District).

Parcani, Transnistria

Parcani (Parcani; Паркани, Parkani; Паркани, Parkany; Парка́ны, Parkany) is a large commune and village in the Slobozia District of Transnistria, a de facto independent entity within the internationally recognized borders of Moldova.

Outline of Transnistria

Provided as an overview of and topical guide to Transnistria:

The location of Transnistria
An enlargeable map of Transnistria

Slobozia (Slobozia, Moldovan Cyrillic: Слободзе́я)