Vadul-Rașcov is a commune located in Șoldănești District, Moldova stretched along the right bank of the Dniester River. The commune is composed of two villages, Socola and Vadul-Rașcov. It is approximately 130 km northeast of the capital, Chişinău. The population is 1 648.HistoryIn 1930, approximately 2,000 Jews lived in this village. During World War II, the nazis massacred the local Jewish community.The vast majority of the population of Vadul-Rașcov work in agriculture. The main tourist attraction is the Dniester River.