Clockwise, Moldova is bordered to the west by Transylvania and Maramures in the north-west Galiţia, north and northeast of Podolia, east Edisan, south-east by the Black Sea and south of Dobrogea and Muntenia. Moldova Region consists of the following counties: Iasi, Vaslui, Galati, Botosani, Neamt, Bacau, Vrancea and Suceava.
Through this region there passed many migratory peoples: Huns, Slavs, Avars, Bulgars, Iasi, Hungarians, Petchenegs, Cumans and Tatars each one leaving behind parts of the culture, tradition and language influences. Moldovans descended from Romanized Geto-Dacian tribes. Romanian occupation period of Dacia (Transylvania, Oltenia, Dobrogea and Budjak) has created a new culture by the Romanization of the local population by Romanian settlers. Such evidence can be seen at the archaeological site of Cucuteni.
Today, Moldavia is a region full of history and places of worship, museums, breathtaking landscapes, authentic living and fresh morals. It’s a region where you find yourself, rediscover yourself and put the foundation of a stylish, unique soul.