Moldova is a lovely, humble and verdant land located in the heart of South Eastern Europe. It is an exceptionally scenic country. Its lush green hills, idyllic countryside, dense forests, serene lakes, and the wonderful sunflower fields are a treat to the eye. The cultural heritage of Moldova is rich with traditions and customs.
Moldova’s charms run deep into the centuries-old tradition of winemaking: Its wines are some of the best in Europe, and the prices are among the lowest. Moldova's climate is mild and favorable for agriculture. The unusually fertile soil of the region encourages abundant harvest of fresh, organic fruits and vegetables. Given the range of local natural, cultural and ethnic diversity national cuisine encompasses all of the cooking styles, traditions and recipes associated with them.
Moldovan people live in a diverse and multicultural society. One of the most visible manifestations of their openness is bilingualism. Moldovan (Romanian) is the state language. However, almost two-thirds of the population fluently speaks Russian, which is officially considered the language of intercultural and interethnic communication.
And all these are reasons why NovaMova invites everyone to join Russian language courses in Moldova. Come off “the beaten track” and visit this hidden refuge with a fascinating history, culture and people!