Slanic-Moldova (formerly Baile Slanic and Slanic) is a city in the county of Bacau, Moldova, Romania, consisting of the localities Cerdac, Ciresoaia and Slanic-Moldova (residence). The town is located in the southwestern part of the county, at the border with Covasna County, in the Slanic river basin (a tributary tributary) at the foot of the Nemira Mountains in the Eastern Carpathians, at an altitude of about 530 m in a surrounding valley Of beech and fir woods. The city is served by the DN12B national road, which leads north-east to Targu Ocna, where it ends in DN12A. On the territory of the city there are two protected areas: the limestone with Litothamnius in Ciresoaia, and the Falcau tuft. The city's residence is a seasonal resort with a temperate interior-temperate depression. The city is part of the generation of modern localities that originated in the first half of the nineteenth century. The beginning of the organization of the core of the present city is due to the discovery in 1800 by the Mihailuca sergeant of two mineral springs (No. 1 and No 2). The organization of a spa has lasted several decades due to social and economic conditions. The territory occupied by the mineral springs, along with the neighboring forest background, was taken over by several owners who did not interest you in making mineral water worth. This explains why Slanic is not included in the maps of Moldova.