After the Roman conquest, the emperor Trajan raised on the territory of the current Causeni city a wall of defense, the purpose of which was to protect the borders of the empire from barbarian invasions. Historically, this defensive dam remained known as the Trajan's Wall. A neighborhood of Causeni city was also named after the same name. The first documentary attestation of the locality dates from the XVth century, the year 1455. Also in a letter from the ruler Petru Rares is mentioned a locality near the Botna river, called Chesenaul Rosu. In 1535 the Turks occupied 12 villages in Moldova, including Chesenaul Rosu, which they changed their name to Causeni. In the XVI century this locality was mentioned as a fair, this means a commercial city. During this period, the city became the residence of the Crimean Inn. Trade routes along the Dniester River connected the main cities in the region with fairs in Europe and Asia on the famous „Moldovan Big Road”.
Chisinau – Zaim – Causeni – Hagimus – Plop Stiubei – Leuntea – Copanca – Chitcani – Copanca – Talamaza– Ciobruciu – Rascaieti – Purcari - Olanesti – Crocmaz – Tudora –Palanca - Chisinau
Attractions and tourist spots that can be included in the program of the excursion: cultural buildings, monasteries, town and village churches, museums, parks and natural reservations, wineries and vineyards, craftsmen’s workshops.
Points of beautiful sight: Height of Lomakin, The bell tower of the Noul Neamt Monastery in Chitcani
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Lower Dniester area
minimum 10 people
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