Lapusna in Raionul Hincesti is located in Moldova - some 23 mi (or 36 km) West of Chişinău, the Moldovan capital.
Local time in Lapusna is 02:47 AM (Saturday). The local timezone is "Europe / Chisinau" with an UTC offset of 3 hours.
Ungheni, Rîbniţa, Orhei, Dragusenii Noi, Micleuseni, Hincesti, Draguseni, Chişinău, Bălţi and Iaşi are locations relativly near and might be worth to explore when in that area.
According to our database, there are 3 airports in the area. The closest airport is Chisinau Airport with a distance of 24.7 mi (or 39.8 km) west of the centre of Lapusna. Have a look at our dedicated picture gallery to get a glimpse of what this destinations is like. Need some inspiration for finding attractions and want to know more about this place? Check the related Lapusna attractions page. The same applies for local and videos.
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Satul Lapusna (la ruptura
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