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Area: 9.2 mile - 14.8 km radius.

#1
Death of Valeriu Boboc
Person
Updated: 2020-04-02
Valeriu Victor Boboc was a protester who died in police custody amid the post-election protests in Chiinu, Moldova. The initial official cause was smoke poisoning from the riot, but his family insisted that he was beaten to death by the police, his body being full of contusions. According to 2009 Human Rights Report of the United States Department of State, a British forensics expert examined Bobocs body after it was exhumed on June 15, 2009 and concluded that Boboc was killed by severe blows to his head. Only after a new ruling coalition came to power, an investigation was opened into the case and a policeman was arrested on charges of Bobocs murder.
Distance: 2.6 mi. (4.2 km)
#2
Durleti
Settlement
Population: 17,210
Updated: 2020-05-13
Durleti is a town in Chiinu municipality, Moldova. Durleti locality, located in the North-West part of Chisinau, is the largest of the suburbs of the capital. According to the results of the 2014 census, the city proper had a population of 17,210.
Distance: 3.3 mi. (5.3 km)
#3
Kishinev pogrom
Unclassified
Updated: 2020-04-19
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. Further rioting erupted in October 1905. and led Theodor Herzl to propose the Uganda Scheme for resettlement of the Jews.
Distance: 3.9 mi. (6.3 km)
#4
Sectorul Ciocana
Unclassified
Updated: 2020-05-13
Sectorul Ciocana is one of the five sectors in Chiinu, the capital of Moldova. The local administration is managed by a pretor appointed by the city administration. It governs over a portion of the city of Chiinu itself, the town of Vadul lui Vod, and the communes of Bubuieci, Budeti, Colonia, Cruzeti and Tohatin. It is largely populated by Romanians.
Distance: 5.8 mi. (9.3 km)
#5
Chiinu Botanical Garden
Unclassified
Updated: 2019-12-31
The Chiinu Botanical Garden of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova was founded in 1950 by the Russian Academy of Science. The garden is located in Chiinu, Botanica, Moldova and covers an area of 76 hectares. In 1973, a new botanical garden was established in the Botanica sector of Chiinu. Two years later, the garden was given the status of a Research Institute of the Academy of Sciences of Moldovan SSR. There are around ten thousand species of plants in the garden.
Distance: 5.8 mi. (9.3 km)
#6
Chiinu International Airport
Airport
Updated: 2020-05-15
Chiinu International Airport is Moldovas main international airport, located 13 km southeast of the centre of Chiinu, the capital city. It serves as headquarters for Air Moldova, the countrys national airline. The IATA airport code KIV is derived from Kishinev.
Distance: 6.0 mi. (9.6 km)
#7
Sngera
Settlement
Population: 9,966
Elevation: 52 m
Updated: 2019-01-09
Sngera is a town in Chiinu municipality, Moldova. In addition, two villages are administered by the town, Dobrogea and Revaca. At the 2004 Moldovan Census, the population of the town itself was 7,354, that of Dobrogea, 3,279, and Revaca, 976. The total population was 11,609.
Distance: 6.1 mi. (9.8 km)
#8
Wooden church of Hirieni
Monument
Updated: 2020-03-24
Wooden church of the Dormition of Mary of Hirieni is a religious building built in 1642. As of today, the church is preserved in the Village museum of Chiinu, Republic of Moldova.
Distance: 6.3 mi. (10.1 km)
#9
Alexandru cel Bun Military Academy
University
Updated: 2020-05-19
The Alexandru cel Bun Military Academy is the main military academy of Moldova. The mission of academy is to prepare officers for service in the Armed Forces of the Republic of Moldova in compliance with Euro-Atlantic requirements on infantry, artillery, communication, border guards and carabineers. It is named after Alexander I of Moldavia, who ruled the country as Voivode from 1400 and 1432. Candidates for admission into the academy must pass an IQ test, as well as a physical training test.
Distance: 6.4 mi. (10.3 km)
#10
Zimbru Stadium
Stadium
Updated: 2020-03-17
The Zimbru Stadium is a football-specific stadium in Chiinu, Moldova completed in May, 2006 with a capacity of 10,400 people, corresponds to all norms required by UEFA and FIFA for national and international matches. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Zimbru Chiinu and the Moldova national football team.
Distance: 6.4 mi. (10.3 km)
#11
Chiinu railway station
Station
Updated: 2020-03-06
Chiinu railway station is the main railway station serving Chiinu, Moldova. It is located on 1 Aleea Garii, not far from the centre of the city.
Distance: 6.6 mi. (10.7 km)
#12
Sectorul Botanica
Unclassified
Updated: 2017-10-06
Sectorul Botanica is one of the five sectors in Chiinu, the capital of Moldova. Botanica is the most populous and one of the more scenic districts in Chiinu, it hosts a zoo and a botanical garden. The widest boulevard in Chiinu- Dacia blvd. and the highest buildings also are located in Botanica district. The local administration is managed by a pretor appointed by the city administration. It governs over a portion of the city of Chiinu itself, the town of Sngera, and the commune of Bcioi. The Chiinu International Airport also, is located within Botanica district. The density of Russians and Ukrainians is little higher than on other districts of Chisinau.
Distance: 6.6 mi. (10.7 km)
#13
Bessarabia Governorate
Country
Updated: 2020-04-19
Bessarabia Oblast existed from 18121871. In 1871, it was made a guberniya of the Russian Empire. It included the eastern part of the Principality of Moldavia along with the neighboring Ottoman-ruled territories annexed by Russia by the Treaty of Bucharest following the Russo-Turkish War. The Governorate was disbanded in 1917, with the establishment of Sfatul rii, a national assembly which proclaimed the Moldavian Democratic Republic in December 1917. The latter united with Romania in April 1918.
Distance: 6.7 mi. (10.8 km)
#14
Memorial to Victims of Stalinist Repression
Monument
Updated: 2019-12-28
The Train of Pain Memorial to Victims of Stalinist Repression is a monument in Chiinu, Moldova. A temporary stone was unveiled in 1990 in Central Station Square commemorating the 19401951 mass deportations in Soviet Moldavia. A permanent memorial was completed at the site in 2013. The sculptural element was assembled in Belarus.
Distance: 6.7 mi. (10.8 km)
#15
Rose Valley, Chiinu
Unclassified
Updated: 2018-08-19
Rose Valley Chiinu is an urban park including the remains of an ancient Slavonic sanctuary. It is located in the city of Chiinu, Moldova.
Distance: 7.0 mi. (11.2 km)
#16
Chiinu
Wikivoyage
Chiinu is the capital of Moldova with a population of around 790,000 plus 250,000 people coming each day for work and entertainment from all over the country and abroad. The city's territory with nearest suburbs cover the area of 635nbspkm2.
Distance: 7.1 mi. (11.5 km)
#17
Sectorul Rcani
Unclassified
Updated: 2016-05-29
Sectorul Rcani is one of the five sectors in Chiinu, the capital of Moldova. The local administration is managed by a pretor appointed by the city administration. It governs over a portion of the city of Chiinu itself, the town of Cricova, and the communes of Ciorescu, Grtieti, and Stuceni. It has a sizable population of Russians and Ukrainians. To distinguish it from the city of Rcani elsewhere in Moldova it is often referred to as Rcanovca by locals. Rcani's main street is Strada Moscova. There are several parks including a park dedicated to the Soviet victims of the Afghanistan war in 1989.
Distance: 7.2 mi. (11.6 km)
#18
Vadul lui Vod
Settlement
Population: 5,295
Elevation: 33 m
Founded: 1432
Updated: 2017-09-25
Vadul lui Vod is a town in the Chiinu municipality, Moldova. It is an eastern suburb of the capital of the country, and is well known as a resort.
Distance: 7.3 mi. (11.7 km)
#19
Foreign relations of Moldova
Unclassified
Updated: 2020-04-05
After achieving independence from the Soviet Union, the Republic of Moldova established relations with other European countries. A course for European Union integration and neutrality define the country's foreign policy guidelines.
Distance: 7.3 mi. (11.7 km)
#20
Ciuflea Monastery
Religious Building
Updated: 2018-05-28
Ciuflea Monastery is a Moldovan Orthodox monastery located in Chiinu, Moldova. It is dedicated to Saint Theodore of Amasea.
Distance: 7.3 mi. (11.7 km)
#21
Stadionul CPSM
Stadium
Updated: 2018-11-16
Stadionul CPSM since 2002, is the technical center of national football association of Moldova. It's located in Vadul lui Vod, a village on the banks of the Dniester River, 25 kilometers away from the capital Chiinu. The technical center was inaugurated on 21 August 2002. US400,000 was invested in land base, a land of Torf artificial construction designed specifically with other spectators, two natural land complex with a hotel, studio rooms and a medical center.
Distance: 7.6 mi. (12.2 km)
#22
Sectorul Centru
Unclassified
Updated: 2018-11-23
Sectorul Centru is one of the five sectors in Chiinu, the capital of Moldova. The local administration is managed by a pretor appointed by the city administration. It governs over a portion of the city of Chiinu itself, and the suburban town of Codru. It is largely populated by Moldovans and Romanians.
Distance: 7.6 mi. (12.2 km)
#23
Monument to Nizami Ganjavi in Chiinu
Monument
Updated: 2018-02-05
The Monument to Nizami Ganjavi, a medieval Persian poet, is located in Chiinu, the capital of Moldova, in a park named after Nizami Ganjavi. Akif Asgarov, Honoured Art Worker of Azerbaijan was a sculptor and Semen Shoyket, Honoured Architect of Moldova was the architect of the monument.
Distance: 7.6 mi. (12.2 km)
#24
Delegation of the European Union to Moldova
Diplomatic Mission
Updated: 2019-09-28
The Delegation of the European Union to Moldova was established to facilitate relations between Moldova and the European Union. It is located in Moldova's capital, Chiinu.
Distance: 7.8 mi. (12.6 km)
#25
National Bank of Moldova
Central Bank
Updated: 2020-05-14
The National Bank of Moldova is the central bank of the Republic of Moldova.
Distance: 7.9 mi. (12.7 km)
#26
Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova
University
Updated: 2020-04-17
The Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova is a university located in Chiinu, Moldova.
Distance: 7.9 mi. (12.7 km)
#27
Chiinu
Settlement
Population: 532,513
Elevation: 85 m
Founded: 1436
Updated: 2020-05-19
Chiinu, also known as Kishinev, is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Moldova. The city is Moldova's main industrial and commercial center, and is located in the middle of the country, on the river Bc, a tributary of the Dniester. According to the results of the 2014 census, the city proper had a population of 532,513, while the population of the Municipality of Chiinu was 700,000.
Distance: 8.0 mi. (12.8 km)
#28
National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology of the Republic of Moldova
Unclassified
Updated: 2015-02-09
National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology is a central public regulatory authority for telecommunications and informatics services in Moldova.
Distance: 8.0 mi. (12.8 km)
#29
Nativity Cathedral, Chiinu
Church
Updated: 2020-04-20
The Cathedral of Christ's Nativity is the main cathedral of the Moldovan Orthodox Church in Central Chiinu, Moldova. It was commissioned by the governor of New Russia, Prince Mikhail Semyonovich Vorontsov, and Metropolitan Gavril Bnulescu-Bodoni in 1830.
Distance: 8.1 mi. (13.0 km)
#30
Stephen the Great Monument
Monument
Updated: 2019-12-18
The Stephen the Great Monument is a prominent monument in Chiinu, Moldova.
Distance: 8.1 mi. (13.1 km)
#31
Mzrache Church
Church
Updated: 2016-05-05
The Mzrache Church is a church in Chiinu, Moldova.
Distance: 8.1 mi. (13.1 km)
#32
National Library of Moldova
Library
Updated: 2020-04-17
The National Library of the Republic of Moldova located in Chiinu, Moldova is the main library of the state which is responsible for conservation, valorization and protection of written cultural heritage. The National Library operates according to the guiding principles of UNESCO referring to this type of libraries, it is part of the European Digital Library. Founded in 1940, it traces its roots to the Gubernatorial Public Library of Bessarabia established in 1832. In present, National Library is one of the objective with great value of the national patrimony and presents the treasure written and printed cultural heritage of the country. Library ensures wide public access to its collections for research, study and / or information. Now the Director General is Elena Pintilei.
Distance: 8.2 mi. (13.2 km)
#33
Moldova National Opera Ballet
Theatre
Updated: 2020-05-02
The National Opera and Ballet Theatre of Moldova in Chiinu, Moldova, is one of the leading opera and ballet theatres in Eastern Europe. It is housed in a building on the Boulevard Stefan the Great, one of the main roads in Chiinu. In 2012, it was given the name of the renowned opera singer Maria Bieu.
Distance: 8.3 mi. (13.3 km)
#34
National Museum of History of Moldova
Museum
Updated: 2020-04-27
The National Museum of History of Moldova is a museum in Central Chiinu, Moldova.
Distance: 8.3 mi. (13.3 km)
#35
Capitoline Wolf, Chiinu
Monument
Updated: 2020-03-31
The Capitoline Wolf is a monument in Central Chiinu, Moldova. It is located in front of the National History Museum of Moldova.
Distance: 8.3 mi. (13.3 km)
#36
tefan cel Mare Central Park
Park
Updated: 2019-12-18
tefan cel Mare Central Park is the main park in Central Chiinu, Moldova. Formerly known as Pushkin Park, it is the oldest park in Moldova and spans about 7 hectare. It has gained the nickname The Park of the Lovers in Chiinu due to its popularity as a meeting spot for couples. The park contains 50 species of trees, some of which are quite old, the mulberries and acacias being between 130 and 180 years.
Distance: 8.3 mi. (13.3 km)
#37
Alley of Classics, Chiinu
Monument
Updated: 2020-03-21
The Alley of Classics is a sculptural complex located in the Stephen the Great Park in Central Chiinu, Moldova.
Distance: 8.3 mi. (13.4 km)
#38
April 2009 Moldovan parliamentary election protests
Civilian Attack
Updated: 2020-04-04
Protests against the April 2009 Moldovan parliamentary election results, began on 6 April 2009, in major cities of Moldova before the final official results were announced. The demonstrators claimed that the elections, which saw the governing Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova win a majority of seats, were fraudulent, and alternatively demanded a recount, a new election, or resignation of the government. Similar demonstrations took place in other major Moldovan cities, including the country's second largest, Bli, where over 7,000 people protested.
Distance: 8.3 mi. (13.4 km)
#39
Roman Catholic Diocese of Chiinu
Diocese
Updated: 2020-03-29
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Chiinu is a Latin Rite diocese of the Roman Catholic Church in and covering the entire republic of Moldova and the territory of the self-proclaimed state of Transnistria.
Distance: 8.3 mi. (13.4 km)
#40
Cathedral of Divine Providence, Chiinu
Church
Founded: 1836
Updated: 2018-05-04
The Cathedral of Divine Providence is a religious building affiliated with the Catholic Church which is located in Chiinu, Moldova, and is the see of the Diocese of Chiinu.
Distance: 8.3 mi. (13.4 km)
#41
Presidential Palace, Chiinu
Building
Updated: 2019-11-16
Presidential Palace is the official residence of the president of Moldova. It is located at the Buiucani sector in the commune of Condria in Chiinu.
Distance: 8.3 mi. (13.4 km)
#42
Moldova State University
University
Updated: 2020-04-24
The Moldova State University is a university located in Chiinu, Moldova.
Distance: 8.5 mi. (13.6 km)
#43
Embassy of the United Kingdom, Chiinu
Diplomatic Mission
Updated: 2020-01-14
The British Embassy in Chiinu is the United Kingdom's diplomatic mission to Moldova. It is located on 18 Nicolae Iorga str.
Distance: 8.5 mi. (13.6 km)
#44
Chiinu Water Tower
Unclassified
Updated: 2020-03-27
The Chiinu Water Tower is an architectural monument of Chiinu, Moldova, located at 2 Mitropolit Bnulescu-Bodoni Street and built at the end of 19th century after a project by Alexander Bernadazzi. It was a main part of Chiinu's water system. The upper level was built of wood and was destroyed by an earthquake. It was rebuilt between 1980 and 1983. It currently hosts Chiinu City museum, which contains items dating from 15th to 20th centuries. The upper level is a space for exhibitions of both legacy and modern paintings and photographies, as well as various cultural events.
Distance: 8.5 mi. (13.7 km)
#45
Transfiguration Church, Chiinu
Church
Founded: 1899
Updated: 2019-04-22
The Transfiguration Church is a Moldovan Orthodox church located in Chiinu, Moldova.
Distance: 8.5 mi. (13.7 km)
#46
Stuceni, Chiinu
Settlement
Population: 8,694
Updated: 2020-01-02
Stuceni is a Moldovan commune, located 3 km in the north-east of Chiinu, the capital of Moldova.
Distance: 8.6 mi. (13.8 km)
#47
Technical University of Moldova
University
Updated: 2020-04-18
The Technical University of Moldova is a higher technical educational institution located in Chiinu, Moldova, and is the only such institute in the country to be accredited by the state.
Distance: 8.6 mi. (13.8 km)
#48
Sectorul Buiucani
Unclassified
Updated: 2017-12-31
The largest Jewish cemetery in Europe is in Buiucani. The cemetery hosts an abandoned synagogue which was destroyed by the Nazis during the Holocaust. Buiucani is also home to a large indoor market, on Ion Creang street which sells clothes and other goods at low prices. On Ion Pelivan street there is a school and a drop-in centre for refugees from various conflicts. There are also several parks in the area and easy access to the rest of Chisinau, for example from minibus 160 to go to the city centre and Botanica and trolleybus 22, also going to Botanica.
Distance: 9.2 mi. (14.8 km)

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