Top 10 Places To Visit in Maldova - Moldova Tourist Attractions - Travel Maldova
Top 10 Places To Visit in Maldova - Moldova Tourist Attractions - Travel Maldova
1. Orheiul Vechi
old Orhei is a legitimate and archeological considerations boggling, arranged in Trebujeni, at 60 kilometers north-east of Chişinău, at the Răut River, in Moldova. Wikipedia
2. Tipova Monastery
situated inside the quarter with a practically identical name, Tipova Monastery is a standout amongst the most set up orders in Moldova.
3. Manastirea Curchi
Mănăstirea Curchi este o mănăstire de călugări uproar Republica Moldova, una commotion cele mai însemnate monumente brew arhitecturii basarabene.
The Saharna Monastery is a non mainstream organize in Saharna, Moldova. The Sacrosanct Trinity Monastery of Saharna, orchestrated around 110 km north of Chișinău, on the correct feature of the Nistru River, is thought to be ... Wikipedia
adapt to: Saharna 5431, Moldova
drinking binge is a town inside the internationally saw edges of Moldova under real control of the unrecognized Transnistria Republic considering that 1992. it is situated on the reasonable money related foundation of the conduit Dniester inside the chronicled region of Bessarabia. Wikipedia
Gagaúzia, formally called the self managing Territorial Unit of Gagauzia, is a fair region of Moldova. Its call starts from the
Gagauz individuals. Gagaúz Yerí positively implies place of the Gagauz. Wikipedia
Soroca is a Moldovan city in jap Europe organized at the Dniester move around one hundred sixty km north of Chișinău. it's miles the administrative awareness of the Soroca District. Wikipedia
8. Padurea Domneasca (Royal lush zone) home grown Reservation
The Padurea Domneasca (Royal lush zone) common Reservation is the greatest in Moldova, overlaying an assortment of 6032 ha.
Căpriana profound group is a standout amongst the most prepared shelters of Moldova, situated in Căpriana, 40 km north-west of Chișinău. Wikipedia
manage: Capriana, Moldova
10. Codru home grown Reservation
Codru Reserve is a sensible protect in Străşeni District, Moldova. It got to be distinctly settled in 1971 and spreads a region of 5,177 hectares. Wikipedia
adapt to: M1, Lozova, Moldova
Moldova: the multilingual land of fresh food and wine
Moldova may be officially the poorest country in Europe but what it lacks in wealth, it makes up for with fresh food and great wine. Moreover, you can speak in several languages daily. Follow me on my trip to the capital of Moldova, Chisinau.
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Moldova, Transnistria and its relationship with Russia
How is the relationship of Moldova and Transnistria with Russia? What happened in Moldova after a change of regime and the cooperation agreement with the EU? Are Moldova and Transnistria depending on Russia and if so, why? A documentary about Moldova, Transnistria and its relationship with Russia.
In this eight-part travel series, the Dutch journalist and author Jelle Brandt Corstius travels through Russia and visits the neighbor countries Latvia, Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, and Kazakhstan. What image do the Russians have of their neighbors and vice versa? What are the relations between powerful Russia and the other former Soviet republics? And how do the countries around Russia treat their Russian inhabitants? A series about propaganda and identity.
Moldova seems to stand still. There are still Soviet buildings everywhere. And since the change of regime, the streets have not been serviced. Until 2009, the Communists still had the say. Recently, a pro-European coalition is at the power, signing a cooperation agreement with the EU. Russia was not pleased about it so that no Moldavian wine could be exported anymore. Wine is one of the most important export products in Moldova. Everywhere you go, you can see vineyards.
The two largest wine cellars of the world are in Moldova. In Cricova you can find a tunnel system of 120 kilometers. During the Second World War, Jews were hidden in the wine barrels. Today you can find wine collections that belong to personalities such as Putin, Angela Merkel or John Kerry.
Moldova is the poorest country in Europe. No wonder that many young job seekers are leaving the countryside. The remaining Moldovans have to be satisfied with the money from abroad, even though the pressure from Russia is as big as their dependency. The oil and gas come for example mainly from Russia. Jelle visits the territory of Transnistria, which freed itself from Moldavia after a bloody war in the 1990s and now wants to join Russia.
Original title: Grensland: Mistig land (1/8)
Director: Alexander Oey and Jelle Brandt Corstius
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Castelul Mimi - Moldova
Într-o nebunie de-o zi am plecat spre castelul Mimi. De fapt și de drept, este o fabrică de făcut vinuri. Era al 3 lea obiectiv pe hartă, după ce am nimerit spre Tiraspol, în loc să vedem cât mai multe astfel de locuri.
Degustarea de vin a fost foarte bine venită, după o zi de alergat.
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Backside of Lenin statue in Slobodzeya [CC]
This Lenin statue is located in Slobodzeya. Slobodzeya is a city in the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic. It is the seat of the Slobozia District of Transnistria.
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Cimitirul Maritim din Sulina - The Maritime Cemetery Of Sulina (Romania)
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Cimitirul Maritim (nume folosit prima dată în 1889 de către scriitorul Jean Bart), cunoscut și sub numele de Cimitirul Cosmopolit, sau Multiconfesional, sau Multietnic a fost înființat în 1864 de Comisia Europeană a Dunării (C.E.D.) cu scopul de a asigura eternitatea salariaților săi morți pe malurile Dunării. Comisia Europeană a Dunării este organizația multinațională, extrateritorială, care pe timpul cât a funcționat la Sulina (1856-1921) a transformat satul de pescari într-un înfloritor oraș cu statut de port liber (Porto Franco). În perioada sa de glorie de la începutul secolului XX, Sulina avea mai mulți locuitori decât în prezent, aparținând la 27 de naționalități, dintre care până la Primul Război Mondial au predominat grecii, după care românii. Chiar dacă primele morminte au fost cele ale unor defuncți protestanți sau catolici (funcționari C.E.D., marinari etc.), cimitirul s-a extins repede fiind divizat în patru sectoare: catolic-protestant, musulman, evreiesc, ortodox de rit vechi (lipovenesc) și ortodox. Cu timpul, cele două cimitire ortodoxe au devenit cele mai mari, fiind active și în prezent. Cimitirul Maritim de la Sulina, numit și Cimitirul Viu, intră în categoria cimitirelor culturale ale României alături de Cimitirul Vesel de la Săpânța și Cimitirul Bellu din București, un Père Lachaise românesc. Acest lucru se datorează poveștilor spuse de morminte, în special de cele catolice-protestante și multe din cele ortodoxe (de rit nou). Astfel, epitafurile monumentelor funerare, multe redate în subtitrare, condensează tragedia vieții umane, de la marinari (unii foarte tineri), prințese și îndrăgostiți înecați în Dunăre, la nenorociri familiale, la personalul tehnic și funcționari ai C.E.D. și de ce nu, chiar la povești cu pirați.
The Maritime Cemetery was founded in 1864 by the European Commission of the Danube (C.E.D.) to ensure the eternity of its employees dead on the banks of the Danube. The European Commission of the Danube is the multinational, extraterritorial organization that, during its operation in Sulina (1856-1921), turned the fishing village into a flourishing city free-port (Porto Franco). In its glory period at the beginning of the 20th century, Sulina had more inhabitants than today, belonging to 21 nationalities, of which until the First World War dominated the Greeks, after which the Romanians. Even though the first graves were those of Protestant or Catholic deceasedes (C.E.D. officials, sailors, etc.), the cemetery expanded rapidly, being divided into four sectors: Catholic-Protestant, Muslim, Jewish, Old-Orthodox rite (Lipovan) and Orthodox. Over time, the two Orthodox cemeteries have become the largest, and are still active today. The Sulina Maritime Cemetery, also known as the Living Cemetery, falls into the category of cultural cemetiries, together with the Merry Cemetery (in Sapanta) and the Bellu Cemetery (in Bucharest), being one authentic Romanian Père Lachaise. This is due to stories told by graves, especially Catholic-Protestant ones and many of the Orthodox (new rite). Thus, the epitaphs of funeral monuments, many of them reproduced in subtitles, condense the tragedy of human life, from sailors (some very young), princesses and lovers drowned in the Danube, to family misfortunes, to technical staff and officials of C.E.D. and why not, even to pirates stories.