Tiraspol (Russian: Тирасполь [tʲɪˈraspəlʲ]; Ukrainian: Тираспіль [tɪˈrɑspilʲ]) is internationally recognised as the second largest city in Moldova, but is effectively the capital and administrative centre of the unrecognised Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (Transnistria). The city is located on the eastern bank of the Dniester River. Tiraspol is a regional hub of light industry, such as furniture and electrical goods production.
Restaurants in Tiraspol
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Lively market, fresh fruits or vegetables of the season (also dry fruits and nuts, eggs, home-made fresh cheese and butter) are sold directly from local farmers at local prices (very cheap). Other sellers have some non-season and imported products at normal prices.
7 AM to about 4:30 PM Tuesday to Sunday
CLOSED ON MONDAYS
5 based on 8 reviews
This monastery consists of several beautiful Orthodox churches, fabulously decorated inside. The golden onion-shaped domes are typical of this style of building. We visited whilst the monks were singing, which was very atmospheric.
3.5 based on 28 reviews
Probably the most impressive building I saw in Tiraspol with its bust of Lenin standing guard out front.
There is not much to do or see except look at it and take photos! But it is well worth a visit and is a short stroll from the university and Subarov Monument.
Imposing and dripping with history.
4 based on 12 reviews
4 based on 6 reviews
This is a great football stadium and looks very modern and state of the art. Personally, I'm not really interested in football, but I was impressed by this place, If you love this sport, I would imagine that this would be a must-see attraction during your visit to Transnistria.
3.5 based on 8 reviews
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