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I could find a geography exchange so posted here. I am having tough time recognizing which one is the site in yellow(left of brown) that has its own social network. Is it moldova?

Why did this small country get its own social network instead of "piggybacking" on one of the larger ones used in other countries, such as Facebook, which covers most of the world, or one of the networks in the former Soviet Union, of which it was once a part?

Map of social networks

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closed as off-topic by Gwenn, hazyOne, Eugene Seidel, American Luke, Kobunite Jul 14 '13 at 18:01

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First, geography and history are two different studies (although somewhat interconnected). Second, a simple Google search or Wikipedia check solves this problem. –  American Luke Jul 14 '13 at 17:57
    
@AmericanLuke i did quiet a few searches before posting here –  aWebDeveloper Jul 15 '13 at 12:17
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Expanded the question to ask why the country got its own social network. It's now more of a history question than before. –  Tom Au Jul 15 '13 at 18:38
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Odnoklassniki is a russian social network. Three main social networks in Russia - VKontakte (russian for "In Contact"), Odnoklassniki ("Classmates") and Moy Mir ("My World") –  spyder Jul 17 '13 at 9:55
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Guys consider for reopening –  aWebDeveloper Jul 17 '13 at 9:58

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That country is Moldova. Here it is shown on the map:

Moldova on a map

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