Chisinau is a city in Eastern Europe, the capital of the Republic of Moldova. Here you can see both typical buildings of the Soviet period, as well as significant architectural monuments, including the neo-classical Cathedral of the Nativity of Christ. The dome-topped church is part of the ensemble of the Cathedral Park. On its territory is also an area with a triumphal arch of the XIX century, erected in honor of Russia's victory over the Ottoman Empire. The park of Stephen the Great is named after the Moldovan ruler who resisted the Ottoman Empire. The population of Chisinau is 700 thousand people.