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Moldavian traditions. Saint Andrew’s Day On December 13 we celebrate St. Andrew’s Day. It is a Moldavian Halloween. It is believed that on the night between 12th and 13th the evil spirits appear among the people and that the wolves speak human language (St. Andrew was believed to be the master of the wild animals)....
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  Republic of Moldova have a rich tradition in food preparation. As our lands are extremely fertile, we grow a full variety of fruits and vegetables, from which we serve the majority of the foods at the guests table. The relation of the people here with the eastern and western civilizations also conditioned the development...
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When you are in Republic of Moldova one of the must see site is the Orhei Vechi. While here it is indicated that you see the most of it among which is places listed below: 1.  The cave monastery which consist of the church St. Maria and 11 caves (that at the moment are accessible...
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A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of souls like mine. I am so happy, my dear friend, so absorbed in...
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Noroc – translated it means Hello Moldovan like to show their houses in which they invest a lot of skill and time, it is considered a major priority for a young family in the country side to own its house. Welcome to Moldova!
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The feudal state Moldova was firstly mentioned documentary in 1359 and it was formed by Bogdan I.  Along the time the most outstanding king of Moldova was Stefan cel Mare (Stephen the Great) which ruled between 1457 – 1504, during this time Moldova reached the biggest territory and famous for being the gates to the...
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