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Moldova (47.28675 28.51102)
The country is landlocked, though it is close to the Black Sea. While most of the country is hilly, elevations never exceed 430 m (1,411 ft) – the highest point being the Bălănești Hill. Moldova's hills are part of the Moldavian Plateau, which geologically originate from the Carpathian Mountains. Its subdivisions in Moldova include the Dniester Hills (Northern Moldavian Hills and Dniester Ridge), the Moldavian Plain (Middle Prut Valley and Bălți Steppe), and the Central Moldavian Plateau (Ciuluc-Soloneț Hills, Cornești Hills—Codri Massive, "Codri" meaning "forests"—Lower Dniester Hills, Lower Prut Valley, and Tigheci Hills). In the south, the country has a small flatland, the Bugeac Plain. The territory of Moldova east of the river Dniester is split between parts of the Podolian Plateau, and parts of the Eurasian Steppe.
Mayak, Grigoriopol District, Administrative-Territorial Units from the Left Bank of the Dniester, Transnistria, 4006, Moldova (47.23899 29.38643)
Coordinates: 47.23162 29.38088 47.24238 29.39656 - Minimum elevation: 137 ft - Maximum elevation: 673 ft - Average elevation: 410 ft
посёлок Геологов, Dubăsari town council, Dubossary District, Administrative-Territorial Units from the Left Bank of the Dniester, Transnistria, 4520, Moldova (47.24205 29.16737)
Coordinates: 47.23205 29.15737 47.25205 29.17737 - Minimum elevation: 39 ft - Maximum elevation: 473 ft - Average elevation: 213 ft