CorelDraw Map Chisinau Moldova

Chisinau, the capital of Moldova, is divided into several administrative districts, each with its own unique characteristics and neighborhoods. Keep in mind that these descriptions are based on information available up to my last knowledge update in September 2021, and the city’s development may have evolved since then. Here are the main districts and some notable neighborhoods within Chisinau:

  1. Centru (City Center): This is the heart of Chisinau and the most vibrant part of the city. It’s characterized by its mix of modern and historic architecture. Stefan cel Mare Boulevard is the main street, lined with shops, cafes, and government buildings. The Cathedral Park, with the Nativity Cathedral and the Arc de Triomphe, is a central landmark.
    • Stephen the Great Boulevard: A major commercial and cultural hub with theaters, shops, and restaurants.
    • Cathedral Park: Home to the iconic Nativity Cathedral and a popular gathering spot.
  2. Botanica: Located to the northeast of the city center, this district is more residential and known for its green spaces.
    • Botanica Park: A large, beautiful park with a lake and walking trails.
    • The Chisinau Botanical Garden: A serene and educational spot with a variety of plants and flowers.
  3. Riscani: This district lies to the northwest of the city center and is a mix of residential and commercial areas.
    • Agiocer: A neighborhood within Riscani, known for its cultural diversity and small shops.
  4. Ciocana: Located to the southeast of the city center, this district is predominantly residential and features a mix of apartment buildings and private houses.
    • Dendrariu Park: A large park in Ciocana with walking paths and a small lake.
  5. Buiucani: Situated in the northern part of Chisinau, this district is a mix of residential and commercial areas.
    • Malldova Shopping Mall: One of the largest shopping centers in Chisinau.
    • Aerportul District: Known for its more modern residential developments.
  6. Telecentru: This district is located to the south of the city center and is home to various educational and cultural institutions.
    • Alunelul Park: A small park that’s popular for leisurely walks.
  7. Ciorescu and Truseni: These districts are situated to the northeast of Chisinau and offer a suburban, village-like atmosphere.
    • Ciorescu Lake: A picturesque spot for outdoor activities and relaxation.
    • Truseni Monastery: A historic and tranquil religious site.
  8. Durlesti: To the north of Chisinau, this district features a mix of residential and industrial areas.
    • Durlesti Park: A recreational area for locals and a lovely place for a leisurely walk.

Chisinau, like many cities, has its unique charm and characteristics in each district and neighborhood. The city continues to develop and change, so it’s a good idea to check with local sources or residents for the most up-to-date information about the areas that interest you.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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