On our last common day in Moldova Achim, Petra and I went from Bălţi (Beltsy) back to Chişinău (Kishinev). We decided to take a western route to visit the Jewish cemetery in Făleşti (Faleshty).
Back in Chişinău we met with Irina Shihova – the director of the Jewish museum – whom we had already met at the very beginning of the journey. Two weeks have passed and we have seen and experienced incredibly much. We have seen great places and experienced a wonderful country. A cliché about Moldova says it is one of the poorest countries in Europe. That may be true, but it says nothing about the inhabitants of Moldova and its rich history. A part of history we explored and it was worth doing it. There are good reasons to return.
Achim and Petra will travel to Romania, I will fly back to Germany tomorrow early in the morning. Farewell, Moldova!
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