The image shows the map of Vaslui County, located on the central-eastern edge of the country, delimited by the neighboring counties by a thickened, irregular and closed line, and by the eastern border with the Republic of Moldova, by an embossed line.
The neighboring counties are: to the north – Iași, to the south – Galați, to the southwest – Vrancea, to the west – Bacău, to the northwest – Neamț.
In the central northern part is illustrated the county seat, respectively Vaslui, marked by an embossed square.
The map shows the hydrographic network of Vaslui County, respectively the main rivers that cross the territory, rendered by thinner, wavy lines, next to the largest lakes, marked by blank circles, along with the most important economic and cultural cities in the county, besides the county seat, which has the densest population and is also the administrative and political center. The other cities are highlighted by thickened squares, smaller in size than that of the county seat.
The natural border with the Republic of Moldova is marked by the Prut River, illustrated on the map in the eastern edge of the county by a thin line, parallel to the embossed line. The Prut is the longest river with the highest hydropower potential, taking as its tributary the Elan River, which flows in the extreme southeast through the Elan Depression, from the northwest near Huși to the southeast.
The right tributaries of the Bârlad River flow in the western and central edge. The Bârlad River springs from the Moldavian Plateau, namely Valea Ursului commune in the southeast of Neamț County, runs through the Bârlad Plateau, crossing Vaslui County from northwest to southeast in a curve, passing through the municipalities of Vaslui in the center and Bârlad in the south, then it flows into the Siret. Take as tributaries, on the left, southwest, the river Tutova which crosses the Tutova Hills. On the lower course of the Tutova stream is was created the Eagles’ Nest Lake, a pond for fishing and irrigation. Then, as a tributary on the right, Bârlad river receives the Vaslui river.
The arid climate with dry western influences, requires the locals to create ponds, meaning artificial lakes for agricultural purposes for irrigation and for supplying households or fishing such as The Eagles Nest pond on the Tutova stream, Mânjești pond on the north-east Crasna stream and Solești pond on the Vaslui river in the northern extremity, the latter two not being illustrated.
One of the cities shown on the map is Huși, in the northeast, with a population of over twenty thousand inhabitants. Tourism in Huși is related to the vineyards and wineries presented in thematic tourist circuits such as the Wine Road in Moldova which considers the Huși Vineyard and the Colinele Tutovei Vineyard, along with cultural landmarks such as: The Orthodox Episcopal Cathedral of Huși, dedicated to “The Holy Apostles Peter and Paul” built by Voivode Stephen the Great in the year one thousand four hundred and ninety-five and completely rebuilt later, the Museum of Viticulture and the Memorial Museum “Dimitrie Cantemir”.
In the southeast is the city of Bârlad, the second largest city in terms of population after Vaslui, with over fifty thousand inhabitants. Here you can visit: the “Saint George” Church founded by the Voivode of Moldavia Vasile Lupu, the Gheorghe Gheorghiu Dej and Sturdza Memorial Houses, the Planetarium and the Zoo.
In the upper left corner of the page is an arrow pointing upwards, indicating the geographical North.