The Capriana monastery, Moldova 
Stone cross in Orheiul Vechi, Moldova 
Humor Monastery in Moldova 

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Andrea Godfrey Watching the changing of the goosestepping guards on the hour at the Victory Memorial dedicated to the Soviet Army in 1945 in the Memorial Park. An eternal flame burns in the centre in memory of Chisinau’s unknown soldiers who died in WWII. Soldiers' graves line the boundaries of the park and there is a small military cemetery at its northern end. In the centre of the park is a memorial to those who died during the fight for Moldovan independence in the early nineties.
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Moldova Holidays

Tucked between Romania and Ukraine, Moldova is a hidden gem that we feel deserves your attention. Moldovan wine is the focus of most visits but take time to explore the capital, Chisinau, and make sure you visit the Soviet throwback self-proclaimed republic of Transdniestr.

Chisinau hasn't quite shaken off its heritage with its 20th-century Soviet architecture but this is tempered by tree-lined boulevards and numerous parks. Don't be fooled by the severity of the architecture though as the Moldovans know how to party and the night life is legendary.

Transdniestr is an enigma where the Soviet Union lives on. But in Tiraspol, where Socialist banners and monuments to Soviet heroes abound, smart shops and chic restaurants are making an appearance so go soon before it loses its quirky nature.

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On your Moldova holidays, use Chisinau as a base and venture out of town to the fortress at Soroco, home to a large gypsy population who live in lavish mansions.

Join the monks at the spectacular Orheuil Vecha cave monastery carved into a limestone cliff, tour the vineyards on the Wine Route and then settle back to enjoy the mud treatments and thermal springs at Cahul.


As the poorest country in Europe, Moldova has limited resources to care for its disabled children. British charity, ChildAid, works with Hippocrates rehabilitation centre in Chisinau to provide free treatment to over 200 children from the poorest families each year. We can arrange visits to Hippocrates where you can meet the staff and learn more about their work. Any gifts, clothes or toys for the children are gratefully appreciated. ChildAid is running an appeal to raise vital funds - to find out more, make a donation or sponsor a child please visit their website

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