Moinesti is a municipality in the county of Bacau, Moldova, Romania, consisting of the localities Gazarie and Moinesti (residence). The city seafloors in the northern part of the county, on the banks of Tazlaul Sarat, the city of the river Gazu. It is crossed by the national road DN2G, which connects it to the south-west of Comanesti (where it ends in DN12A) and to the east of Bacau (where it ends in DN2). From this road, the county road DJ117 branches to Moinesti, which leads south-east to Poduri, Berzunti and Livezi (where it ends in DN11). The Socec Yearbook of 1925 marks the passage of the commune of Moinesti among the urban communities, having 4950 inhabitants and being the residence of Comanesti. Valeaarinilor commune changed its name to Lucacesti, after the residence, and remained with the villages of Garlele Gazariei, Lucacesti, Tazlau de Sus, Valeaarinilor and Bolatau (after the village was built to form a common commune), the villages had a total population of 3580 inhabitants . Vasaestiavea commune 3414 inhabitants in the villages of Glodurile, Hangani, Leorda, sipoteni, Vasaesti and Vermesti. In 1931 Vasaesti was disbanded, being divided between Comanesti (Glodurile, Vermesti, Sipoteni and Leorda villages) and Moinesti (Hangani and Vasaesti villages). General Nicholas' streets and Zorilor streets, in the distance, the Jewish cemetery is seen In 1950, Moinestia became a district city, residing in the Moinesti district of Bacau.