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JakeRake wrote a review Dec 2020
Sweden10 contributions5 helpful votes
Center of Tiraspol has been Totally Renovated! With Fountains and a isolated Village tour with Tim Tiraspol!
Real Soviet Life! The Renovated Center of Tiraspol! But still with all the Soviet Stuff and lifestyle! See it in a non commercial fashion with Tim Tiraspol. He took us to very isolated Soviet Villages and had parties with the Village people! Home made wine and BBQ!
Date of experience: January 2020
TheLush101 wrote a review Aug 2020
Cardiff, United Kingdom1,981 contributions256 helpful votes
Not the biggest statue you'll ever see, but it's very important to the local as you'll see from the well kept park that surrounds it and the fact that it's in the heart of the city.
Date of experience: September 2019
Eva J wrote a review Feb 2020
Moscow, Russia2,700 contributions256 helpful votes
Another statue of a guy on a horse. I know Suvorov means something to the history of the country, but a guy on a horse is so typical of a monument.
Date of experience: August 2019
KGB777 wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore41,794 contributions2,642 helpful votes
Suvarov was a Russian general, but remains a strong symbol for Transnistria. THis statue is kept in very good condition and deserves a stop for a few pics.
Date of experience: October 2019
Steve D wrote a review Dec 2019
Liverpool, United Kingdom475 contributions238 helpful votes
We caught the train at 07.09 from Chisinau Station (return 21.10) for £4 each.Most of the Communist era buildings are still in pristine condition in 25th October Street.It is about 20 minutes walk from Tirasopol station.Dont forget your entry visa at the counter as you enter the ticket hall.Jus to the right of the station exit is a currency exchange to pick up Transdnistrian roubles.We struggled to spend £25.We saw the Suvorov Monument,Tank Monument,House of Soviets,Supreme Soviet,The Christmas Cathedral and lots more.We stopped for breakfast in the lovely Vita Dolce cafe.We the caught the 19 bus to Bendery to see the splendid rebuilt Bender Fortress-be careful have small notes or you will be chucked off like us!The fortress and Bendery are very interesting.Go in the fortress cafe for a 3 pint bottle of Baltika 7!We spent our last notes in the Locomotive bar outside Tirasopol station with the locals and Helen the owner.…
Date of experience: November 2019
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