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Title: Grigoriopol  
Author: World Heritage Encyclopedia
Language: English
Subject: Grigoriopol District, Maiac, Crasnoe, Tiraspolul Nou, List of cities in Moldova
Collection: Cities in Moldova, Cities in Transnistria, Kherson Governorate, Towns on the Dniester
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Grigoriopol (Romanian pronunciation: , Moldovan Cyrillic: Григориопол, Polish: Grigoriopol, Russian: Григорио́поль, Grigoriopolʹ, Ukrainian: Григоріо́поль, Hryhoriopolʹ) is a town in Transnistria, Moldova. It is the seat of the Grigoriopol District of Transnistria. The city is located on the left (eastern) bank of the river Dniester at , in central Transnistria. Grigoriopol is composed of the city itself, and a small village Crasnoe (Красное). The town itself had a population of 11,473 in 2004.

In 1996 and in 2002, the town was the centre of a dispute regarding the attempts of local

External links

  1. ^ Big scandal in a small town, article in Dnestrovskii Curier 8 March 2002
  2. ^ Unworthy Partner: the schools issue as an example of human rights abuse in Trandsniestria
  3. ^


Notable people

In 1989, the population of the city was 11,712. According to the 2004 Census in Transnistria, the city itself had 11,473 inhabitants,[3] including 5,570 Moldavians, 3,275 Russians, 2,248 Ukrainians, 83 Germans, 67 Belarusians, 63 Bulgarians, 46 Armenians, 39 Poles, 26 Gagauzians, 14 Jews, and 42 others and non-declared.

. Republic of Moldova, which is in the area controlled by the Dubăsari district, Doroţcaia The school was moved to the village of [2]

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