Valea Adîncă

Valea Adîncă
Валя Адынкэ
Valea Adîncă
Coordinates: 48°0′23″N 28°50′35″E / 48.00639°N 28.84306°E / 48.00639; 28.84306
Country  Moldova
Autonomous territory  Transnistria
Elevation 85 m (279 ft)
Population (1979) 2,200
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
  Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)

Valea Adîncă (in Romanian; Ukrainian: Валя-Адинке, Valia-Adynke, Волядинка, Voliadynka; Russian: Валя-Адынка, Valia-Adynka; Polish: Waładynka) is a commune in Camenca sub-district, in the northern part of Transnistria, Moldova. The name in Romanian means "deep valley". It is composed of two villages, Constantinovca and Valea Adîncă.[1]

It is also the site of the Church of the Blessed Virgin's Protection, a Russian Orthodox church.

Coordinates: 48°00′N 28°50′E / 48.000°N 28.833°E / 48.000; 28.833


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