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Moldova Cities by Population


65 cities shown of 65 total Moldova cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. Chisinau 635,994
2. Tiraspol 157,000
3. Balti 125,000
4. Tighina 110,175
5. Ribnita 55,455
6. Cahul 34,492
7. Ungheni 34,422
8. Soroca 27,423
9. Orhei 24,918
10. Dubasari 23,254
11. Comrat 22,911
12. Edinet 22,872
13. Ceadir-Lunga 22,700
14. Causeni 21,690
15. Straseni 19,225
16. Floresti 16,759
17. Drochia 16,080
18. Bilicenii Vechi 15,479
19. Slobozia 15,356
20. Ialoveni 14,915
21. Singerei 14,600
22. Falesti 14,377
23. Vulcanesti 14,352
24. Leova 14,301
25. Briceni 14,132
26. Calarasi 14,066
27. Taraclia 13,512
28. Riscani 12,893
29. Cimislia 12,464
30. Nisporeni 11,718
31. Camenca 11,072
32. Basarabeasca 10,809
33. Dnestrovsc 10,426
34. Glodeni 10,146
35. Rezina 9,806
36. Grigoriopol 9,456
37. Donduseni 9,435
38. Mindresti 9,280
39. Chitcani 9,000
40. Otaci 8,400
41. Anenii Noi 8,250
42. Stefan-Voda 7,700
43. Cricova 7,400
44. Pervomaisc 7,300
45. Singera 7,200
46. Criuleni 6,932
47. Telenesti 6,633
48. Soldanesti 6,160
49. Stauceni 5,700
50. Iargara 5,600
51. Vadul lui Voda 5,300
52. Biruinta 4,700
53. Crasnoe 4,200
54. Varnita 4,000
55. Cantemir 3,829
56. Vatra 3,800
57. Giurgiulesti 3,074
58. Marculesti 2,400
59. Saharna 2,365
60. Tiraspolul Nou 2,200
61. Leninskiy 2,000
62. Visniovca 1,800
63. Bugeac 1,800
64. Bucovat 1,600
65. Maiac 1,500





Moldova History

In Antiquity Moldova's territory was inhabited by Dacian tribes. Due to its strategic location on a route between Asia and Europe, Moldova faced several invasions, including those by the Bastarns, Sarmatians, Goths, Huns, Avars, Magyars, Kievan Rus', Pechenegs, Cumans, and the Mongols.

Tatar invasions continued also after the establishment of the Principality of Moldavia in 1359, bounded by the Carpathian mountains in the west, Dniester river in the east, and Danube and Black Sea in the south. Its territory comprised the present-day territory of the Republic of Moldova, the eastern 8 of the 41 counties of Romania, the Chernivtsi oblast and Budjak region of Ukraine. In 1538, the principality became a tributary to the Ottoman Empire, but retained internal and partially external autonomy.







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