The Danubian Principalities: National Memory from the Ottoman Era

Those that lived in the dark woods and mountains to the north of the Danube had long remained on the edge of autonomy. The Romans had defeated the ancient Dacians of today’s Romania in 106 AD, but the new Roman province of Dacia only incorporated part of these lands. 668 more words


The Good Life Elsewhere (Moldova)

by Vladimir Lorchenkov

Courtesy of a special order from Auntie’s Bookstore

A Little History: The country of Moldova is bordered by Ukraine, and Romania, of which it used to be part. 853 more words


No, Thank You -21-


The heat inside was so intense that somebody opened wide the apartment’s door. From where I was surrounded by our sisters, I could see directly outside. 594 more words

The CPT publishes response of the Moldovan authorities

The Council of Europe’s Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) has published today the response of the Moldovan Government to the report on the CPT’s most recent visit to the Republic of Moldova, in September 2015 The CPT’s report on the September 2015 visit was published on 30 June 2016 (CPT/Inf (2016) 16). 9 more words


EVS vacancy in Moldavia for Spanish volunteers

URGENT! Reporter in Gaugazia

Location: Comrat, Moldavia

Period: 01/04/2017 – 31/10/2017

Deadline:  15 March 2017

The project aims at covering the lack of information and promotion of the Gaguzian culture and traditions via a series of photo and video reportages which would reveal to the national and international community the insights of the mostly unknown culture of an ethnic minority from Moldova, namely the Gagauzian minority. 262 more words

Red wine fountain outside the biggest wine cellars in the world in Milestii Mici, Moldova

Red wine fountain outside the biggest wine cellars in the world in Milestii Mici, Moldova