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Cremenciug, Căușeni

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Cremenciug, Căușeni

Cremenciug is a commune in Căușeni district, Moldova, composed of a single village with the same name, population 1,094 at the 2004 Census. The locality, although situated on the right (western) bank of the river Dniester, is under the control of the breakaway Transnistrian authorities. On the opposite side of the river lies the city of Slobozia. Of the 1,094 inhabitants of Cremenciug, 465 (42.50%) are Moldovans (Romanians), 353 (32.27%) Russians, 203 (18.56%) Ukrainians, 22 (2.01%) Germans, 15 (1.37%) Belorussians, 11 (1.01%) Bulgarians, 7 (0.64%) Gagauzians, 6 (0.55%) Armenians, 2 (0.18%) Gypsies, and 10 (0.91%) others and non-declared.

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