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Holercani is a commune in Dubăsari District, in the eastern-central part of the Republic of Moldova, composed of a single village, Holercani.
It is located on the bank of the biggest river of the country, Dniester (Nistru).
At the 2004 census, the population of the commune was 2,522, of which 2,488 Moldovans, 22 Romanians, 3 Ukrainians, 5 Russians, 1 Gagauzian, and 3 others. At the 1930 census, the population of the village was 1,819, of which 1,799 Romanians, 14 Jews (all with Yiddish as native language), 4 Hungarians, 1 German, and 1 Russian. At the time Holercani was part of the Plasa Mașcăuți of Orhei County.