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  1. Visiting Transnistria: a dormant civil war inside Europe. |

    […] article was based on a previous version originally published by http://www.outofyourcomfortzone.net/how-to-visit-transnistria/  where it explains how to visit […]

  2. hiceadha
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    I enjoyed this read as a fellow backpacker and blogger I always want to visit new countries especially the hidden parts of Europe. I hitchhiked into Transnistria a couple of months ago and it sure was a unique experience. A French friend of mine was with me and he’s Black. One child in Tiraspol ran up to him wanting a photo beside him looking so mesmerised.

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  3. 8 Month Backpacking Trip in Numbers | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] those who are curious at how I managed to visit half a country, check out Rodrigo’s post about Transnistria, Moldova’s bizarre breakaway state leftover from the collapse of the Soviet […]

  4. How to Visit North Korea on a Budget | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] Eritrea, Iran, Transnistria (well, I actually visited the last one independently and wrote about it here), and other places of questionable fame. So if you are looking for these kinds of destinations, I […]

  5. The 5 Best Tour Group Companies for International Travel | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] like Turkmenistan, Eritrea, Iran, Transnistria (actually, I visited this last one by myself and wrote about it here), and other infamous places that are difficult for tourists to get to. So if you are on the […]

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