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This impressive Ottoman fortress, outside the centre near the Bendery—Tiraspol bridge, was built in the 16th century and saw keen fighting between Turkish and Russian forces before falling to Tsarist Russia permanently in the early 19th century. You can walk along the ramparts taking in the fine views of the Dniester River, have a picnic on the grounds, and visit several museums on-site that document the fort's long and rich history. For years this was a functioning Russian army base and off limits to the public.
With the recent thaw between Chisinau and Tiraspol, the castle complex has been given completely over to tourism. A new hotel marks the entrance to the complex near the bridge, about a minute walk from the centre of town. From the entrance it's a five-minute walk to the fort past the glistening domes of the restored Alexander Nevsky Church. If arriving by bus from Tiraspol, alight at the first stop after the bridge and backtrack to entrance.
For video, please visit youtu. There are also a number of individual and mass graves, and a Grave of the Unknown Soldier. The memorial is located opposite the government building on 25th October Street, one of the main routes through the center of Tiraspol.
On arrival the stern, yet warm, governess-esque receptionist presented me with the registration form. It was to be filled out in Russian, in cyrillic! My visa and passport were closely analysed, and eventually approved. The hotel was a mix of rooms rented as offices it seemed like most of them were , beauty parlours, a night club and an expectant yet unfinished function room.
My room had a view of the Dniester River, half a bottle of vodka in the cabinet, an ancient fridge and some wallpaper to die for. One night the discotheque a few floors below was blasting out Russki-pop, so i went down to drink a beer and cut some shapes, Anglo-style on the dance floor.