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For future reference the Wikitravel:CIA World Factbook 2002 import can be found at Talk:Moldova/CIA World Factbook 2002 import.

I removed the following fine grained alternative regional breakdown as these appear to be Moldovan names, not English ones. I used the Factbook county breakdown instead. I left them here so that they can be moved into the individual county articles. -- Huttite 04:54, 19 Jun 2004 (EDT)

It is divided into 32 Rayons: 1. Anenii Noi 2. Basarabeasca 3. Briceni 4. Cahul 5. Cantemir 6. Călăraşi 7. Căuşeni 8. Cimişlia 9. Criuleni 10. Donduşeni 11. Drochia 12. Dubăsari 13. Edineţ 14. Faleşti 15. Floreşti 16. Glodeni 17. Hînceşti 18. Ialoveni 19. Leova 20. Nisporeni 21. Ocniţa 22. Orhei 23. Rezina 24. Rîşcani 25. Sîngerei 26. Soroca 27. Străşeni 28. Şoldăneşti 29. Ştefan Voda 30. Taraclia 31. Teleneşti 32. Ungheni

Erm. When Moldova gained its independence from the Soviet union, the Russian Rayon as the administrative unit was dropped in favour of the nine. A communist government was relected a couple of years back, they reinstated the Russian ones. There are no alternative english names for these. Mark Richards 14:27, 19 Jun 2004 (EDT)



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