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|District||Ștefan Vodă District|
|Population (2014 census)|
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
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Volintiri (old name: Volontirovca) is a commune in Ștefan Vodă District, Moldova. It is on the southern border with Ukraine 138km south of the Moldovan capital, Chișinău. It is composed of a single village, Volintiri.
The town is relively new having been founded between 1824 and 1828 by veterans of the Russo-Turkish war(1806-1812), and originally known as Bebei. The town was in the Romanian Cetatea Albă County until 1930 when it was incorporated into the Ștefan Vodă district.
Notable landmarks include the Parcul din Volintiri memorial and the biserica din volintri church, the casa de culture museum, 18 ancient burial mounds and the City Hall, built in 1964.
- Maria Bieșu, opera singer.
- Nicolae Hodină, parodist
- Dumitru Dragomir, Romanian politician
- Ivan (Vanya) Moiseyev, Christian Activist during Soviet times
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