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Moldova - Kishinev downtown - Stefan cel Mare Monument
Chisinau, Moldova

Center of Kishinev. We are in front of Stefan cel Mare (Stephen the Great and Holy) monument, the greatest Prince and warrior of Moldova (1457-1504).

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