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Add a comment 28 Ianuarie 2013

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ieri a fost o zi superba

Add a comment 28 Ianuarie 2013

Chisinau


Chisinau is the capital of Moldova. It is located in the middle of the country, on the river Bic. Chisinau is the most economically developed and industrialized city in Moldova. It is a major and services center, it’s main industries include consumer and electrical goods, building materials, machinery, plastics, rubber and textiles. The main service fields are banking and shopping/commerce. 

In Chisnau you can see:

Parks: Rose Valley, Rascani, Botanica, Valea Morilor, Dendrariu, Alunelul.

Restaurants: Restaurants, Pizzerias, Bistro, Fast-Food.

Bars and cafes: Bars, Cafes, Pubs, Teahouses, Sweetshops. 

Clubs, Cinema, Theatres, Museums/Galleries.

Sports/Entertainment: Billiard, Bowling, Ping-Pong, Tennis, Karting.

English is spoken in restaurants and some of the markets. Some taxi drivers speak a little English. Young people are much more likely to speak English than the older generation. In Chisinau most people know Russian and Romanian.

Chisinau is a good place for food lovers. There are plenty of good places to eat all over Chisinau. The cheap, tasty food that is very popular with the locals is served in most places. For better service and more diverse food selection, there are a lot of small restaurants and cafes. Some restaurants have prices comparable to Europe, although if you eat only in those you may find yourself being ripped off. For a quick lunch, try fast food stores and pizzerias, these can be found on nearly every corner. Beef is often under the veal part of the menu.

Moldavian wines, cognac, liquor and juice are all on par with the best of Eastern Europe. Beer is one of the best in Europe. A very famous is named „Berea Chisinau”.

There are many places for tourists to see in Chisinau. Many hotels in Chisinau are welcoming every visitor. So, come to one of the greenest cities in Europe and see it with your own eyes.

Add a comment 21 Iunie 2011

Republic of Moldova


Republic of Moldova is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, located between Romania to the west and Ukraine to the north, east and south. The largest part of the nation lies between two rivers, the Dniester and the Prut. The state language of Moldova is Moldovan/Romanian. Russian is also widely spoken in the country, both as a first and second language. Ukranian and Gagauz are recognized minority languages, with official status in areas with high concentration of speaker populations. English and French are popular foreign  languages taught at most schools in Moldova. Public holidays in the Republic of Moldova are the celebrated non working days established by the Government of the Republic of Moldova and valid for the whole territory of the country. In the Republic of Moldova, most retail businesses close on New Year’s and Independence Day, but remain open on all other holidays. Private businesses often observe only the big holidays (New Year’s Day, Victory Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Limba Noastra, and Christmas). Most holidays celebrated in the Republic of Moldova recognize events or people from History of Moldavia, although four are shared in common with many other countries: Christmas Day an New Year’s day, Victory Day and Labour Day. Moldavian cuisine consists mainly of traditional European foods, such as beef, pork, potatoes, cabbage, and a variety of cereals. Popular alcoholic beverages are divin (Moldovan brandy) and local wines. Republic of Moldova is a beautiful country, and is visited by many tourists.

Add a comment 20 Iunie 2011

Buna ziua!


Hello, everyone who reads this blog.
I try to write every day interesting and useful information for each person shares.
I wish you good luck to all and a beautiful day.

2 comentarii 19 Iunie 2011

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