Moldova–Romania border

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Moldova international border crossing points
Lower Prut is a natural reservation along the border. 1999 stamp

The Moldova – Romania border is the international border between Moldova and Romania. It is a fluvial boundary, following the course of the Prut and Danube. The boundary is 681.3 kilometres (423.3 mi)[1] long, including 570 metres (1,870 ft) along the Danube.

This external border of the European Union runs from Criva (48°15′50″N 26°37′30″E / 48.26389°N 26.62500°E / 48.26389; 26.62500) in the North-West to Giurgiulești (45°28′00″N 28°12′50″E / 45.46667°N 28.21389°E / 45.46667; 28.21389) in the South-East.

Border crossings[edit]

A list of border crossings along the border between Moldova and Romania.

Checkpoints
Crossing Moldova Romania Road / Rail Crossing Notes
Galați-Giurgiulești Bridge
Giurgiulești
Galați
Road, Rail
Road - 24-hour service year round
Cahul-Oancea Bridge
Cahul
Oancea
Road
24-hour service year round
Stoianovca-Fălciu Bridge
Stoianovca
Fălciu
Rail
Leușeni-Albița Bridge
Leușeni
Albița, Drânceni
Road
24-hour service year round
Eiffel Bridge
Ungheni
Ungheni, Iași
Rail
Sculeni Bridge
Sculeni
Sculeni, Victoria
Road
24-hour service year round
Stânca-Costești Dam
Costești
Stânca, Ștefănești
Road
24-hour service year round
Lipcani-Rădăuți Bridge
Lipcani
Rădăuți-Prut
Road
8:00 am – 8:00 pm service year round

Opening times vary from crossing to crossing as well as from season to season.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Anuarul Statistic al României ediția 2007
  2. ^ Customs houses