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Most of the Moldovan territory was a part of the Principality of Moldavia from the 14th century until 1812, when it was ceded to the Russian Empire by the Ottoman Empire (to which Moldavia was a vassal state) and became known as Bessarabia.

In 1856, southern Bessarabia was returned to Moldavia, which three years later united with Wallachia to form Romania, but Russian rule was restored over the whole of the region in 1878.

It also raised concerns about the ongoing financial and operational management of any open space, which may become the responsibility of the parish council.

According to a legend recounted by Moldavian chroniclers Dimitrie Cantemir and Grigore Ureche, Prince Dragoș named the river after hunting an aurochs: following the chase, the prince's exhausted hound Molda drowned in the river.The Principality of Moldavia, established in 1359, was bounded by the Carpathian Mountains in the west, the Dniester River in the east, and the Danube River and Black Sea to the south.Its territory comprised the present-day territory of the Republic of Moldova, the eastern eight counties of Romania, and parts of the Chernivtsi Oblast and Budjak region of Ukraine.In a letter to the district council it said: “This site when presented for consideration in the Local Plan was identified as having capacity for 20 dwellings.Road access needs more consideration.” But it also adds that it does not want the site to become Necton’s ‘second diner’, referring to the site next to the A47 which has been left as an eyesore for many years.In 1538, the principality became a tributary to the Ottoman Empire, but it retained internal and partial external autonomy.

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