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Moldova, Europe
latitude: 47.0010, longitude: 28.3910
boundary: 58974, label: 424316417
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Moldova is a country in Europe at latitude 47°00′03.60″ North, longitude 28°23′27.60″ East.

OpenStreetMap images (and underlying map data) are freely available under OpenStreetMap License.

This page contains information specific to mapping activities about the Republic of Moldova.

Administrative structure

Moldova is divided into 32 districts, 3 municipalities (Chişinău, Bălţi, and Bender), two autonomous territorial units (Gagauzia, and Wikipedia-16px.png Transnistria autonomous territorial unit with special status (Unitatea teritorială autonomă cu statut juridic special Transnistria)[1]).

Please refer to the dedicated page for the administrative divisions of Moldova

Administrative borders

Republic and territorial units

  1. Republica Moldova Relation 58974
    1. Gagauzia Relation 1699032
    2. Transnistria - has two borders, one suggested by Moldova and the other - by Transnistria:
      1. Unitatea Autonoma Transnistria[1] Relation 2607033
      2. Republica Moldoveneasca Nistreana Relation 65335

Districts

  1. Anenii Noi district Relation 1692078
  2. Basarabeasca district Relation 1104136
  3. Briceni district Relation 59002
  4. Cahul district Relation 1699034
  5. Cantemir district Relation 1699022
  6. Călărași district Relation 58988
  7. Căușeni district Relation 65343
  8. Cimișlia district Relation 1211126
  9. Criuleni district Relation 1692126
  10. Dondușeni district Relation 59007
  11. Drochia district Relation 1693907
  12. Edineț district Relation 59000
  13. Fălești district Relation 58984
  14. Florești district Relation 1693560
  15. Glodeni district Relation 1693874
  16. Hîncești district Relation 58991
  17. Ialoveni district Relation 1691800
  18. Leova district Relation 1699023
  19. Nisporeni district Relation 58990
  20. Ocniţa district Relation 59005
  21. Orhei district Relation 1692172
  22. Rezina district Relation 1435790
  23. Rîșcani district Relation 1693908
  24. Sîngerei district Relation 58996
  25. Soroca district Relation 1693523
  26. Strășeni district Relation 85827
  27. Șoldănești district Relation 1693561
  28. Ștefan Vodă district Relation 65344
  29. Taraclia district Relation 1699033
  30. Telenești district Relation 58993
  31. Ungheni district Relation 58985
  32. Chișinău (wide municipality region) Relation 1691801
  33. Dubăsari - de facto in Transnistria Relation 1692123

Towns/cities

There are 65 towns/cities in Moldova, 3 of them being municipalities, the others being part of a district (See also the dedicated page Cities in Moldova):

  1. Anenii Noi
  2. Basarabeasca
  3. Municipiul Bălţi Relation 58983
  4. Biruinţa
  5. Briceni
  6. Bucovăţ
  7. Cahul
  8. Camenca
  9. Cantemir
  10. Căinari
  11. Călăraşi
  12. Căuşeni
  13. Ceadîr-Lunga
  14. Chişinău Relation 1691801
  15. Cimişlia
  16. Codru
  17. Comrat
  18. Corneşti
  19. Costeşti
  20. Crasnoe
  21. Cricova
  22. Criuleni
  23. Cupcini
  24. Dnestrovsc
  25. Donduşeni
  26. Drochia
  27. Dubăsari
  28. Durleşti
  29. Edineţ
  30. Făleşti
  31. Floreşti
  32. Frunză
  33. Ghindeşti
  34. Glodeni
  35. Grigoriopol
  36. Hînceşti
  37. Ialoveni
  38. Iargara
  39. Leova
  40. Lipcani
  41. Maiac
  42. Mărculeşti
  43. Nisporeni
  44. Ocniţa
  45. Orhei
  46. Otaci
  47. Rezina
  48. Rîbniţa
  49. Rîşcani
  50. Sîngera
  51. Sîngerei
  52. Slobozia
  53. Soroca
  54. Străşeni
  55. Şoldăneşti
  56. Ştefan Vodă
  57. Taraclia
  58. Teleneşti
  59. Tighina/Bender Relation 1702213
  60. Tiraspol
  61. Tiraspolul Nou
  62. Ungheni Relation 7446674
  63. Vadul lui Vodă
  64. Vatra
  65. Vulcăneşti

Legal

Attribution and licensing issues

Postcodes

Moldovan postcodes look like MD-xxyy, where the first two digits (xx) indicate the city/district, and the ladder two (yy) - the post office number.

You can find the list of Moldovan postcodes here.

Lista raioanelor cu sate din RM

Infrastructure

Roads network

A dedicated page has been created, please refer it: Moldova/Drumuri

Railways

Open Rail Map/MD

Aeroways

Aviation infrastru

Power network

WikiProject Power networks/Moldova

Natural features

Hydrography

WikiProject Moldova/Rivers

Protected areas

http://lex.justice.md/index.php?action=view&view=doc&lang=1&id=311614

POI and institutions

Amenities

Annexes

Things you can do

There are many missing roads that are visible in Bing, you can add them! For example, there are a fair amount of residential roads north of Chsiniau are missing. Also a fair amount of roads are missing in rural areas.

Quality control

News

Please update!

Paper maps

2009

Chisinau paper map in 2009

The printed maps of Chisinau were finished on the 8th of October 2009. The size is A0 (~85x85 cm).

Source files: http://public.iap.md/paper_map.zip

The archive includes a PSD file with the frame and legend, and a PNG of the map itself, rendered using MapServer

2012

Chisinau paper map in 2012

An updated version was printed in 2012 in Russian and using a custom mapnik style.

Sources available here: http://www.jekader.net/osm/paper_map_2012/

Collada 3D buildings

Generate 3D buildings in collada format embedded in kml. Collada 3D Building

People involved

Discussions

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 not to be confused with the Wikipedia-16px.png Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic on Wikipedia (Republica Moldovenească Nistreană)!