The Moldova geography
consists of the climate, topography and environmental concerns of the place. Moldova is a small country in the south-eastern part of Europe. Moldova is a landlocked country.
It is surrounded by Romania in the west and the east, south and north are bordered by Ukraine. There are two major rivers that play a pivotal role in Moldova geography
. They are called Nistru and Prut. Nistru flows through the eastern part of the country and forms a natural boundary with Ukraine in the north-east end of the country. This river is called Dnister in Ukraine and Dnestr in Russian. The river Prut, on the other hand, forms a natural boundary with Romania in the eastern part of the country.
The local land area of the country is of 13,067 square miles. There is a hilly plain in the northern part of the country. The entire area is covered with thick forest. In most parts of Moldova we find a particular type of soil called "Chernozem". But in the northern part of the country, clay textured soil is found. To find more information on Moldova geography click on the links below: