Grigoriopol sub-district, Transnistria


Grigoriopol sub-district, Transnistria

Grigoriopol sub-district is an administrative sub-district of Transnistria, Moldova. Its seat is the city of Grigoriopol, located at coord|47|08|N|29|18|E|, on the river Dniester in central Transnistria. The sub-district contains another city, Maiac, and 14 communes: Bâcioc, Butor, Carmanova, Colosova, Crasnogorca, Delacău, Hârtop, Hlinaia, Mălăieşti, Speia, Şipca, Taşlâc, Teiu, and Vinogradnoe.

External links

* [http://www.pridnestrovie.net/map.html Map of Transnistria]
* [http://visitpmr.com/grigoriopol-armenian.html Grigoriopol, the Armenian Colony]


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