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Facts to Know to Impress Moldova Women

When you go traveling, it’s nice to know things about the country you intend to visit. If you’re planning to go to Moldova, you might want to know some of its most fascinating facts to impress Moldova women, if only because being well-informed about someone’s home country is considerable flattery. Read on below to learn more about this small country in Europe.

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  1. It has the least tourists.

Europe is known to house a significant number of tourists since it has Paris and England. However, not all places in Europe catch the eye of tourists. Moldova is an example, having the least number of visits among the countries in the world. The good thing here is that if you only prefer meeting locals, such as Moldova girls and boys, then Moldova is the place to go.

  1. Its known for its wine.


If there’s only one thing you should know about Moldova, it’s the fact that it produces a wine like no other country in the world. If you happen to talk to Moldavian girls, you’ll know that they do have a thing for wine.

  1. It has the worlds most extensive cellar.

According to Guinness World Records, it has the world’s most extensive cellar, the Mileștii Mici, which is not surprising since wine is its most known product. The wine cellar is so large that it has two million bottles of wine inside. If you ever go on Moldova dating, this is one of the sites to visit.

  1. Russia banned its wine.


Moldova used to supply Russia of wine. However, because of a dispute that happened in 2006, Russia banned all products made by Moldova.

  1. It places second in the list of countries with most alcohol.

It has the second largest number of people drinking alcohol and alcohol being consumed in the world, as stated by the World Health Organization. This is except for underage citizens. If you’re looking for Moldovan girl for marriage, better know how to handle your booze.

  1. It has National Wine Day.

It’s not very surprising to find out that Moldova has a National Wine Day. This is celebrated from October 3 to October 4, and during these two days, wine producers let the masses have a taste of their wine for a much lower price.

  1. It had no president for three years.

It’s quite hard to imagine a country without any figure of the leader, but Moldova did it, and it did it for three years. They only had a president back in 2012, when the country elected judge Nicolae Timofti to be the president.

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  1. Most Moldovans can speak two or more languages.

Each country has a native language – Romanian in Moldova’s case – but not all countries can speak two or more words. This is another interesting fact about Moldova. Some people in the country can talk to Romanian as well as Russian and Gagauz. If you speak these languages, try talking to people in Moldova dating sites and see for yourself.

  1. Its second language can soon be a dead language.

Moldova’s second language, Gagauz, is an endangered language, according to UNESCO. The language is typically spoken in the Autonomous Region of Gagauz, but it can soon be a dead language if the number of people speaking it continuously reduces.

  1. It has a head-turning town, Gypsy Hill.

Moldova is not the wealthiest country in the world. It may well be considered as one of the poorest. Despite that, it houses a town called Gypsy Hill, where the affluent show off their extravagant homes that will surely entice Moldova brides.

  1. Its capital experienced a lot.

In June 1940, Chisinau, the country’s capital, got invaded by the Red Army. In October of the same year, it got destroyed by an earthquake with a 7.3 magnitude. In the year after, it was blown by Luftwaffe.

  1. It has a human-made beach.

The country is landlocked, which means that it almost has no seaport, aside from the stretch in the River Danube they got from the territorial exchange they did with Ukraine in 2005. The country does have a beach; it’s a human-made beach, but a beach nevertheless. It’s located in Chisinau. If you want to meet some cute Moldova babes, go to this beach to enjoy the sunshine.

  1. It is home for a world champion weightlifter.

Moldova is the home country of Nicolae Birliba. Birla is a 9-time world champion in weightlifting, having lifted a 16kg of the kettlebell, not once, but 2,575 times in 2011. Familiarize yourself with him because he surely is one of the country’s feelings of pride.

  1. Shoes are not allowed inside the house.

Aside from fun facts, it’s also essential to know some of their customs. One significant tradition of Moldova is that they do not allow shoes inside their homes. There’s no need to worry should you ever get invited to one of the houses in the country as they provide guests with in-house slippers.

  1. Christmas is its most beautiful time of the year.

Its most celebrated holiday is Christmas, which means that should you want to spend your Christmastime overseas, you can do so in Moldova without leaving behind the spirit of Christmas. Also, do know that they have their version of Santa Claus – Mos Craciun, so if Moldova ladies ever mention the name, you know whom they’re talking about.


The country may be small, but it sure has a lot to offer. These fascinating facts and more will surely make your visit to the country extra beautiful.