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Chisinau - Central Park "Stefan the Great"
Chisinau, Moldova

Chisinau.

Central Park "Stefan the Great" is the oldest park in Moldova, located in the center of the capital, dated  from 1818.

  It has a surface about 7 hectare, 50 species of trees, some of them being very old, aged between  130-180 years.

There are a few fountains, places for childrens.

Thera are monuments of Stefan the Great, of Alexander Puskin and of greatest classic romanian writers.

On 9-th of may 2009 was launced free Wi-Fi access point in the park.

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