Formerly known as "Kishinev" and in English is still commonly referred to as "Kishinev."
(Alternative spellings: Kishiniv, Kishinef, Kishineff, Kishinëv, Kischinew)
Location: 47°00' 28°51'
Other towns in Moldova where Jews were numerous before WWII are Ataki (Otaci, Atachi), Beltsy (Belti), Faleshty (Falesti), Kalarash (Calarasi), and Soroki (Soroca).
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