- Tiraspol - Wikipedia
Tiraspol (Russian: Тирасполь [tʲɪˈraspəlʲ]; Ukrainian: Тираспіль [tɪˈrɑspilʲ]) is internationally recognised as the second largest city in Moldova, but is effectively the capital and administrative centre of the unrecognised Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (Transnistria)
- Moldova travel - Lonely Planet
Explore Moldova holidays and discover the best time and places to visit | The world is finally waking up to the charms of this little nation wedged between Romania and Ukraine
- Moldova, Ukraine Romania Explorer | Intrepid Travel US
Visit wineries, monasteries and Soviet breakaway republics in Moldova, and explore Bucharest, the Danube Delta, Kiev and Odessa in Romania and Ukraine
- North Korea Travel and Tourism | Young Pioneer Tours
Young Pioneer Tours specialise in taking you to North Korea and other worldwide “destinations your mother would rather you stay away from” at budget prices We combine the best guides in the industry with expert local knowledge and contacts to ensure your adventure is an unparalleled one
- Moldova Holiday - welcome. taste. love.
The complete travel guide for Moldova, holidays, attractions, tours, accommodation and events Moldova travel information and vacations in Moldova
- Driving in Iceland – 15 days road trip – Ring Road . . .
Driving north in the Westfjords up to Ísafjörður (Isafjordur) is quite an adventure Like in almost all the northern part of the country, there are no asphalt roads, just deserted, empty mountain landscapes
- Geography of Moldova - Wikipedia
Located in Eastern Europe, Moldova is bordered on the west and southwest by Romania and on the north, south, and east by Ukraine Most of its territory lies between the area's two main rivers, the Dniester and the Prut