Welcome to Moldova!
A country with an interesting expressive history, hospitable generous people; a fertile land with the rich cultural heritage. This country, located in the middle zone of various cultural and historical currents in the south-east of the Central Europe – Carpatho-Balkan, Central European and Euro-Asian, for many thousands years of history, had harmoniously absorbed different cultural traditions and then created its own specific and unique features.
The state, with the population of about 3 million people, to which each single nation, living on its territory, brings its own flavour, was always considered to be developing in the right way, honoring those family values, which were cultivated for centuries in every home.
Being a small state, bordering with Romania in the west , and then in the north, east and south with Ukraine, our small country, has a true and significant potential for the development of tourism, represented by the geomorphological features of the territory, including all monuments of the natural beauty, landscapes and nature reserves, as well as geological monuments of European and Worldwide significance.
Moldova takes the most of the rivers Dniester and Prut, together with a narrow strip the left bank of the Dniester River in its middle and lower streams. The surface of Moldova represents a hilly flatland, dissected by river valleys. The landscape mainly consists of steppe grass, the hilly districts are ideal for vineyards and gardens. All riversn of the Republic of Moldova belong to the Black Sea basin.
The positive climate features of Moldova include a high temperature regime, the duration of the sun shine.
In Moldova, 90% of the population professes Orthodoxy. However, in there are two Orthodox metropolis in the country – Bessarabian and Moldovan. Religious traditions of Orthodoxy closely intertwine with the Moldovan culture, so that even those people who declare themselves atheists continue to participate in the religious festivals of the country, visiting the Church and creating strong families, firmly tying themselves together with the matrimonial knots.
To date, almost every family in Moldova has an average of 2 children, which is a positive trend, despite negative demographic indicators in the world in general. In this regard, over the past few years, many activities were aimed at strengthening the family units, cultivating the creation of strong cells of society, in which the main criterias are: respect, honesty, responsibility and love. World Congress of Families 2018 in Chisinau, will become a significant event for citizens of the country and guests of the capital, united by common thoughts, ideas and hope for a brighter future.
We are expecting to see you at the most awaited event of the year!