For Moldova I feel bound by all my fibers. My connection with the earth, sky, and Moldavian waters cannot be undone. In the slow Moldovan landscape, among reverent people, spiritual nobility of discretion of this blessed province, I feel the most propitious environment.
George Enescu

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.