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Winter usually starts in December, but there are years and years. Some years are milder than others and it's hard to predict how the winter will be. I remember to have experienced some winters when even in December were positive (above zero) temperatures and some winters where the freezing air was reigning from early November!
But how bad it can be?
Some people are used to think and consider Moldova something similar with Siberia...I guess I have ...
... sleep in it and save money for accommodation.
The Festival will be held between 24th and 25th of August 2013. For more information please, click on the link in the brackets or here Gustar Festival The National Day and Language Day - 27th and 31st of August.During these two days in the Chisinau main square will be held concerts, a fair with local products and at the end of the day fireworks!The events are open to the public free of charge ...
The cliff face is dotted with additional caves and places of worship, dug over the millennia by Geto-Dacian tribes from before Christ’s time.In all, the huge cliff contains six complexes of interlocking caves, most of which are accessible only by experienced rock climbers and
therefore off-limits to most tourists.
After WWII archaeologists started uncovering several layers of history in this region, including a ...
... door, and the wine we already had got in town, our time in Moldova was set to be a wine and chilling time.
After an afternoon of wine, well maybe a little too much wine, the following day was just right for a change of pace. We headed on an excursion to explore the Orthodox monasteries that Moldova is known for. We visited one monastery and saw the monks in action during prayer/singing time. We then ventured out to the Orheil Vechi monastery, better known as the ...