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Moldova - Condrita Monastery
Chisinau, Moldova

Condrita Monastery.

Surrounded by forests, this is a very nice place.

Located 20 km from Cishinau, Condrita is still under territorial administration of the city.

There are some children's camps near, a honey museum and an ellite village.

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