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Category Archives: Moldova
CAHUL County in Romania between the world wars, a part of Bessarabia. It lay east of the River Prut and south of Kishinev. Russian pre-1918, Soviet post-1940/1944, now in Moldova. Advertisements
BYZANTINE EMPIRE Also called in English the Eastern Roman Empire, the Later RomanEmpire, or from the Latin name of the Greek city of Byzantion, site of the later Constantinople, BYZANTIUM. 1. Origins. The Byzantine Empire was the continuation of the … Continue reading
BUKOVINA BUKOVYNA (Ukr); BUCOVINA (Rom); Buchenland (Ger). Region now mostly in the southern part of the western Ukraine but partly in northeastern Romania. It lies between the Carpathians and the River Dniester, contains the upper waters of the River Siret … Continue reading
BOTOŞANI Northeasternmost județ (county) in present-day Romania (in former Moldavia), lying between the Rivers Siret and Prut.
BASARABIA Romanian form of BESSARABIA.