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Subject: Chișinău, Băcioi, Codru, Moldova, Vatra, Moldova, Cruzești
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Tohatin is a commune located 8 kilometers east of Chişinău, Moldova on the road leading to Vadul lui Vodă. The commune is composed of three villages: Buneţi, Cheltuitori and Tohatin.

Tohatin is similar to other small Moldovan villages, with less than 200 dwellings. Because of its proximity to Chişinău, it has become a bedroom community. The most noticeable part of Tohatin is Ziua Lui Diriga, which features an inn, chalets, restaurant, and small nature preserve, heavily favored for birthday and wedding parties.

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