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East Europe Expedition

torsdag 16 juni 2016 - lördag 9 juli 2016

From the Baltic via the Black to the Mediterranean Sea - the Eastern fringe of Europe awaits!

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gracious Greece
torsdag 7 juli 2016 - Thessaloníki, Makedonia Thraki, Grekland

The final country had in fact become a last-minute addition as the original idea was to end the journey in Istanbul. But with the unrest in Turkey, Thessaloniki in mainland Greece was chosen instead, or rather a campsite in a rural area some distance away. Our group moved to a bungalow and the new

Sanna Wiklund
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blurry Bulgaria
söndag 3 juli 2016 - Sofia, Sofia City Province, Bulgarien

Crossing the main artery of Europe, the Danube, we entered Bulgaria; a country of a long and diverse history, reflected not least in the small towns along the Black Sea coast. Nessebar is perhaps the most famous one, having been inhabited by Thracians, Greeks, Romans and Ottomans. We were to stay

Sanna Wiklund
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rustic Romania
fredag 1 juli 2016 - Bukarest, Rumänien

To make a nine hour long story short, crossing the border into the EU again was nothing less than a nightmare. When the bus was finally admitted into Romania, it was far too late to make it to the intended campsite some hours away. The tour leader still chose to keep going to make up for some of

Sanna Wiklund
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taboo Transnistria
onsdag 29 juni 2016 - Tiraspol, Transnistria, Moldavien

If Moldova is forgotten, then no-one's even heard of Transnistria in the first place. Maybe because it's a non-country, a self-proclaimed state recognised by nobody (save for three other similar non-states). When the Soviet Union collapsed, Moldova saw this as the prime opportunity to declare their

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marginalised Moldova
måndag 27 juni 2016 - Chişinau, Moldavien

Moldova has been called ”the forgotten corner of Europe”, wedged in between Romania and Ukraine. The language is basically a more traditional version of Romanian and Russian is still widely used; Moldova having been traded between Romania and Russia for centuries, with stints of Ottoman rulers

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