Bun venit la Uikiversitatea Românească! --- Welcome to the Romanian and Moldavian Wikiversity!----Bienvenue à Wikiversitatea ! 
Romanian subpage for Bci21 
Pagină în limba română și moldovenească (adică, tot română). Page Test = Testare de pagină pentru Proiectul Wikiversitate" în limba română (in the Romanian Language; (en Roumain))
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Education in Moldavia - Educația în Moldova
Ar putea folosi din plin studenții și profesorii în Moldova o Wikiversitate Românească a Moldovei= Romanian Wikiversity of Moldavia --spre ciuda foștilor ocupanți sovietici.
Marele poet român Mihail Eminescu
născut în Moldova (ignorați subtitlul figurii scris la w:Moldova
``In Moldova, there are 16 state and 15 private institutions of higher education, with a total of 126,100 students, including 104,300 in the state institutions, and 21,700 in the private ones. The number of students per 10,000 inhabitants in Moldova has been constantly growing since the collapse of the Soviet Union, reaching 217 in 2000–2001, and 351 in 2005–2006.
The National Library of Moldova was founded in 1832. The Moldova State University and the Academy of Sciences of Moldova, the main scientific organizations of Moldova, were established in 1946."
, one of the oldest monasteries in Moldavia
Saint Stephen the Great, canonized by the Romanian Orthodox Church after his death
``For the 2004 census, Orthodox Christians, who make up 93.3% of Moldova's population, were not required to declare the particular of the two main churches they belong to. The Moldovan Orthodox Church, autonomous and subordinated to the Russian Orthodox Church, and the Orthodox Church of Bessarabia, autonomous and subordinated to the Romanian Orthodox Church, both claim to be the national church of the country. 1.9% of the population is Protestant, 0.9% belongs to other religions, 1.0% is non-religious, 0.4% is atheist, and 2.2% did not answer the religion question at the census."
Principatul Moldovei în 1483, sub Domnia lui Ștefan Cel Mare
Regions of the Kingdom of Romania during 1918-1944
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Actul Unirii Basarabiei cu România semnat de Sfatul Basarabiei în 1918
Vezi și 
The flag of ancient Moldavia, a Romanian principate
under the famous voievod/Prince w:Stephen the Great
= Ștefan Cel Mare ("Stefan the Great and Holy")
A social advertisement in downtown Chișinău, depicting the official Moldovan holiday Limba Noastră ("Our Language"), celebrating the state language of Moldova. State authorities generally avoid explicitly naming the language Moldovan or Romanian
, so an unknown person sprayed their preferred version onto the shield