Moldova, an Eastern European country and former Soviet republic, has varied terrain including forests, rocky hills and vineyards. Its wine regions include Nistreana, known for reds, and Codru, home to some of the world’s largest cellars. Capital Chișinău has Soviet-style architecture and the National Museum of History, exhibiting art and ethnographic collections that reflect cultural links with neighboring Romania.
Moldova's climate is moderately continental: the summers are warm and long, with temperatures averaging about 20 °C (68 °F), and the winters are relatively mild and dry, with January temperatures averaging −4 °C (25 °F).
The Moldovan Leu is the currency of Moldova.
Average conversional rate is 1 MDl = INR 4
For most visitors to Moldova, the local markets and wine stores are a main focus of shopping, although prices in the malls of Chisinau are much cheaper than the rest of Europe. The main shopping area inMoldova's capital runs along Stefan cel Mare Boulevard and Mihai Eminescu Street, and offers a vast choice of fashion.
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