7 Sights in Tiraspol, Moldova (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Tiraspol, Moldova. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Tiraspol, Moldova.

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1. Историко-краеведческий музей

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The Tiraspol Joint Museum is a municipal cultural institution in the city of Tiraspol, the capital of the Republic of Moldavia. It emerged by merging Tiraspol museums, which have existed since Soviet times, into one structural institution and which form the city's landmarks: the Museum of History and Local Legends, the Museum of the Former Residence of Academician N. D. Zelinsky, the Museum of Kavb Brigade Headquarters G. I. Kotovsky, the Picture Gallery and the Tiraspol Fortress History Museum. The curator of the Tiraspol Joint Museum is A. A. Melnichuk.

Wikipedia: Тираспольский объединённый музей (RU)

2. Приднестровский государственный театр драмы и комедии им. Н. С. Аронецкой

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The Transnistrian National Theatre and Comedy Theatre is one of the earliest theaters in Moldova. It opened in the early 1930s in Tiraspol, the capital of the then Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. The theatre began his life as a studio theatre, then as an urban theatre, a republic theatre and comedy theatre, and in 1992 became the Transnistrian National Theatre and Comedy Theatre, which was named in 2001 after the Honorary Artist of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Moldova, the founder of the Nadezhda Stepanovna Aronetskaya Theatre.

Wikipedia: Приднестровский государственный театр драмы и комедии (RU)

3. Тираспольская крепость

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Fort Tiraspol, or Middle Fort, was established as a fortification on the Left Bank of Transnistria in 1792-1793 under the leadership of commander A. V. Suvorov and architect F. P. Dvoran. The city of Tiraspol, built by decree of Ekaterina II, appears on the walls of Sredinnaya Fortress. An architectural monument from the 18th century.

Wikipedia: Тираспольская крепость (RU)

4. Собор Рождества Христова

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The Nativity Church, also known as the Cathedral of the Birth of Christ, is the largest and newest church in Tiraspol, the capital of Transnistria. It is a Russian Orthodox Church completed in 1999 to serve as the Mother Church of the Orthodox Christian Diocese of Tiraspol.

Wikipedia: Church of the Nativity, Tiraspol (EN)

5. Старообрядческая церковь Покрова Пресвятыя Богородицы

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The Church of the Intercession is a temple of the Chisinau and All Moldova Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Old Believers Church in the city of Tiraspol at 29 Lunacharskogo Street. The only church in Tiraspol that did not close in the Soviet years.

Wikipedia: Покровская церковь (Тирасполь, старообрядческая) (RU)

6. Привокзальная площадь

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Railway Station Square is one of the four central squares of the city of Tiraspol, geographically it is its center. On the square is the building of the Railway Station of Tiraspol, next to which the central bus station is located.

Wikipedia: Привокзальная площадь (Тирасполь) (RU)

7. Мемориал Славы

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Мемориал Славы Majjjorrrr - участник Википедии / Public domain

Memorial of Glory is a city memorial located on Suvorov Square of Tiraspol, the capital of Transnistria. It commemorates the Veterans and the dead of the Great Patriotic War, the Soviet-Afghan War, and the Transnistria War.

Wikipedia: Memorial of Glory (Tiraspol) (EN)

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