Moldovarious DVD-Rom Out Now - Expect the Unexpected!

Written by Administrator Friday, 04 January 2013 16:15

Read more...'Europe's poorest country', 'Renegade province Transdniestria', 'Arms smuggling' and 'Human trafficking' are obviously the only phrases, which hit the headlines of continental newspapers when it comes to the Republic of Moldova.

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Jewish Community in Moldova

Written by Diana Victor Dumitru Monday, 13 December 2010 19:30

Read more...The breakup of the Soviet Union brought a rebirth of Jewish public life, but also revived an antisemitism that originated in the interwar period, rooted in nationalism. Moldovan Jews found themselves caught in the middle of the struggle between Russian and Moldovan ethnic groups. Because many of Moldova's Jews did not speak Romanian (Moldova's national language), but only Russian, they had to confront a pro-Romanian nationalist part of the population.

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Fasten Seat Bălţi

Written by Thomas Gassler Friday, 28 May 2010 14:40

Read more...„Precious oldtimer cars, colourful traditional costumes, a massive parade of thousands of people, party on the streets, concerts on the big and small stages throughout the whole day and night. This is not the carneval in Rio, this is the Balti day", was the announcement for the live transmission of Publik TV for the city holiday in Bălţi. could not resist and with our camera onboard we drove up the (in)famous betonka to Balti to see how the locals celebrate Hramul Sf. Nicolae, their most important day in the year.

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DJ Manjul - Gagauzian Hip-Hop at its Best

Written by Thomas Gassler Wednesday, 10 February 2010 19:13

Read more...Place: DJ Manjul on the turntables, Discotheque X, Beshalma, Gagauz Yeri
Time: 2.30 am on a Saturday morning

Vibrating bass beats get through our dancing bodies. The dance floor is packed with a local party crowd and two Austrian guests.

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Austro-Moldovan Music Fusion

Written by Thomas Gassler Saturday, 19 December 2009 11:44

Read more...Once the Moldovan band Zdob si Zdub played at the Eurovision-Song-Contest. They delighted their audience with an unmistakable mix of Moldovan folk music, Balkan-Vibes and elements of rock music. Zdob si Zdub landed a summer hit record together with Austrian's Hubert von Goisern in their country in 2009. wanted to know how the Moldovan version of "Koa Hiatamadl" sounds like.

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