Written by Thomas Gassler Sunday, 28 June 2009 10:27

Read more...Moldova's Hard Rock and Heavy Metal scene was at its peak in the 90s. Today, a lot of newcomer bands scream and shout for a rock revival. The two lead singers Lena Cataraga and Olga Buionovskaia are amongst the new courageous and motivated generation of Chisinau's rockers.

Read more: Two Girls Rock the City

 

Written by Anastasia Stratu Tuesday, 09 June 2009 18:49

Read more...The best and most memorable events in my life have a weird habit - they tend to happen by chance. By pure chance I once had a free weekend, it was a totally random decision to spend it at my parents', the only place where I watch television, and of course no one could foresee that I would watch news and see a report about Princess Elena, a cruise ship that takes idle vacationers from Giurgiuleşti, a brand-new international sea port, to Istanbul and back.

Read more: Istanbul and a Little Bit of Love

 

Written by Thomas Gassler Thursday, 04 June 2009 10:19

Read more...During one of Leonid Rosca's expeditions to explore his homeland, a lump of rock stuck into his eye. In fact, it was not the rock itself, but the form of its surface. He figured out a head, a beak, eyes, bones, wings. Leonid had discovered a petrified 150-million-year-old Pterodaktyl and thus by far the oldest remains of an animal ever found in the Republic of Moldova.

Read more: 150-Million-Year-Old Pterodaktyl Found in Moldova

   

Written by Moldovarious.com Sunday, 10 May 2009 13:34

Read more...After having received so much praise and appreciation of our Moldovarious.com design by countless website users, we eventually decided to put five wallpapers online. You can download them in the new section "Interactive".

Read more: Butterflies Don't Lie - Downloads Online

 

Written by Michael Bobick Friday, 01 May 2009 13:52

Read more...April 12, 2009 marked the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Tiraspol from Nazi forces in World War II. In Transnistria, the day is officially known as 'Day of the Liberation of the City from German Fascist Invaders'. While this may not easily roll off the tongue, it is simply known to most as the 'Day of Liberation'.

Read more: Day of Liberation

   

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