Tiraspol is located in the eastern part of Moldova, on the left bank of the Dniester river. Tiraspo is the second most populated city in Moldova and is effectively the capital and administrative centre of the unrecognized Transnistria region.
It was founded in 1792 under the special order of Alexander Suvorov, after the Russian-Turkish War (1787-1791).

Soroka is a county town located in the north of the Republic of Moldova about 160 km north of Chisinau. In the XII-XIII centuries. On the site of the city was the Genoese settlement of Olkhionia, which was a significant trading center.

The inhabitants of the city have preserved their traditions and customs to the present day. They decorate dwellings and wells with carvings and folk paintings, pleases the eye with the variety and richness of flowers.

Balti (Beltsy) is the most economical and cultural center of the North, the largest city has an unofficial title of "Northern Capital".

The third largest city in the Republic of Moldova (then Chisinau and Tiraspol), which is located in the north of the country, 105 km north-west from the capital city of Plam in the Reut River Reusel.