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  Tighina Information
Tighina or Bender (Russian: Бендеры; Moldovan Cyrillic: Тигина, Romanian/Moldavian: Tighina) is a city in Transnistria, a breakaway region of Moldova.
Along with Dubasari and Grigoriopol, Tighina is one of the Transnistrian cities with a very large Romanian population.
Tighina fell three times to the Russians during the Russo-Turkish Wars, was annexed alongside with Bessarabia to Russia in 1812 and remained in Russian hands until 1918.
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  Britain.tv Wikipedia - Tighina
Tighina or Bender (Moldovan Cyrillic: Тигина or Бендер; Russian: Бендеры/Bendery; Ukrainian: Бендери/Bendery) is a city in Transnistria, the breakaway region of Moldova.
Tighina is located in the buffer zone established at the end of the War of Transnistria.
Since 1992, Tighina is formally in the demilitarized zone established at the end of the conflict, but is de facto controlled by Transnistria.
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 Tighina - Definition, explanation
Tighina, or Tigina, is a city in Moldova.
Tighina fell to the Russians during the Russo-Turkish War, 1806-1812 and remained in Russian hands until the Collapse of the Soviet Union.
Kurze Angaben zur Geschichte, Kultur und den Städten Chisinau, Tiraspol und Tighina.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/t/ti/tighina.php   (365 words)

  
 Tighina - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tighina, or Tigina, is a city in Moldova.
In 1713, the city was the site of a battle (kalabalik) between Charles XII of Sweden, who had taken refuge there with Cossack leader Ivan Stepanovich Mazepa after their failed attack on Russia, and Turks who wished to take him hostage and exploit the political difficulties of central Europe.
Tighina fell to the Russians during the Russo-Turkish War, 1806-1812 and remained in Russian hands until the Collapse of the Soviet Union.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Bendery   (212 words)

  
  Comprehensive information and links about Moldova Tighina
Tighina (Russian: Бендеры; Moldovan(Romanian) Cyrillic: Тигина) is a city in Transnistria, a breakaway region of Moldova.
The Tighina Fortress was first mentioned as an important customs post in a commerce grant issued by Moldavian i Alexandru cel Bun to merchants from Lvov on October 8, 1408.
Tighina fell three times to the Russians during the Russo-Turkish Wars, was annexed alongside with Bessarabia to Russia in 1812 and remained in Russian hands until 1918.
www.quicknation.com /Moldova_Tighina.htm   (313 words)

  
 Moldova Tighina in Russian Benderi
The name Tighina is seen in documents since the second half of the 15th century.
Tighina fell three times to the Russians during the Russo-Turkish Wars, was annexed alongside with Bessarabia to Russia in 1812 and remained in Russian hands until 1918.
Tighina is controlled by the breakaway Transnistrian government.
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 Tighina   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tighina, or Tigina, is a city in Moldova.
In 1713, the city was the site of a battle (kalabalik) between Charles XII of Sweden, who had taken refuge there with Cossack leader Ivan Stepanovich Mazepa after their failed attack on Russia, and Turks who wished to take him hostage and exploit the political difficulties of central Europe.
Tighina fell to the Russians during the Russo-Turkish War, 1806-1812 and remained in Russian hands until the Collapse of the Soviet Union.
www.gogoglo.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/t/ti/tighina.html   (182 words)

  
 Tighina - Encyclopedia.com
Tighina, formerly Bender or Bendery, city (1996 est.
Captured from Moldavia by the Turks in 1538 and renamed Bendery, it became a fortress on the Dniester.
Between world wars, the city, renamed Tighina, belonged to Romania; it was seized by the USSR in 1940 but was in turn occupied by Romanian troops (1941-44) before being ceded to the USSR after World War II.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-Tighina.html   (336 words)

  
 Tighina
Tighina (russisch Бендеры, Bendery) hat eine Bevölkerung von 140.000 Menschen (Stand 2000).
Tighina, damals die türkische Festung Bender (türk.: das Tor) am Westufer des Dnjestr, wurde im Jahre 1771 von den Russen erobert und Teil der Provinz Bessarabien.
Seitdem ist Tighina Bestandteil der international nicht anerkannten "Transnistrischen Moldauischen Republik" (PMR) (siehe auch Moldawien).
www.biologie.de /biowiki/Tighina   (395 words)

  
 Tighina, Moldova, Pictures
Tighina, also called Bender, city in southeastern Moldova, on the west bank of the Dniester River.
As the USSR began to decline in the late 1980s, Tighina, which had a large ethnic Russian population, agitated for closer identification with the USSR.
In 1989 Tighina, together with other soviets of the Moldavian SSR, rejected the Romanian language as the official language of the republic.
www.greatestcities.com /Europe/Moldova/Tighina_Bender_city.html   (231 words)

  
 Moldova - Tighina
Tighina, or Tigina, is a city in Moldova.
In 1713, the city was the site of a battle (kalabalik) between Charles XII of Sweden, who had taken refuge there with Cossack leader Ivan Stepanovich Mazepa after their failed attack on Russia, and Turks who wished to take him hostage and exploit the political difficulties of central Europe.
Tighina fell to the Russians during the Russo-Turkish War, 1806-1812 and remained in Russian hands until the Collapse of the Soviet Union.
www.moldova-discovered.com /Tighina-112.html   (213 words)

  
 Tourist towns of Moldova
In 1538 Tighina was conquered by the Turkish Empire and re-named Bender.
Currently, the flow of foreign tourists to the Transdnistrian region is considerably limited due to the ongoing disputes between the self-declared authorities of this region and the legal authorities of Chisinau.
It is recommended that any tours made to Tiraspol and Tighina should be co-ordinated by a Travel Agency.
www.turism.md /eng/city/34   (245 words)

  
 Tighina pictures, Tighina images | infohub.com
Tighina or Bender is a city in Transnistria, a breakaway region of Moldova.
Along with Dubasari and Grigoriopol, Tighina is one of the Transnistrian cities with a very large population.
Tighina is the only Transdniestran town on the right (western) bank of the river Nistru (Dniestr).
www.infohub.com /pictures/images_tighina_3334.html   (166 words)

  
 Houses / homes / Real Estate for sale or for rent in Tighina, Moldova - and vacation rentals
If you are experiencing problems with debt, including mortgage arrears and late payments on your personal loans you may wish to discuss your position with a credit counselor.
If you are considering buying real estate in Tighina, Moldova or anywhere else for that matter, the most widely used method of borrowing the funds to make the purchase is a mortgage.
If you need to send money to or from Tighina, Moldova for the purchase of a property (or for any other reason) our suggestions can help you obtain more currency with less worry when buying foreign currency.
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 Moldova Azi
The Reintegration Ministry quoted Sova as saying in a press release that on September 25, 2003 the Tighina municipal council issued a decision on termination of all sorts of activities of the Moldovan police unit there.
Last month, the chief of the local administration in Tighina - a city located on the right bank of Dniestr river but controlled by the Transnistrian authorities - renewed an ultimatum to transfer the Moldovan police unit to Varnita, a suburb controlled by Moldova.
The Moldovan delegation noted that the JCC has unconditionally respected the principle of division of functions and did not attempt on prerogatives of the local authorities, while the Tighina administration enlarged arbitrary its competences and cause a tense situation in the city and security zone.
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 Arhiva mesaje 1 August 2004 - An American in Romania
The school in Tighina is being guarded night and day by the teachers, students and parents.
The boarding school in Tighina was occupied this week by separatists while the children are starving.
The children from the boarding school in the city of Tighina (Bender) still remain under the supervision of a large group of Transnistrian policemen and female activists from local pro-Russia movements.
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 Tighina. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Captured from Moldavia by the Turks in 1538 and renamed Bendery, it became a fortress on the Dniester.
Between world wars, the city, renamed Tighina, belonged to Romania; it was seized by the USSR in 1940 but was in turn occupied by Romanian troops (1941–44) before being ceded to the USSR after World War II.
It was again renamed Tighina after Moldovan independence.
www.bartelby.com /65/ti/Tighina.html   (175 words)

  
 Tighina Region Map: Adjiler — Zviozdocica | Moldova Google Satellite Maps
Regions are sorted in alphabetical order from level 1 to level 2 and eventually up to level 3 regions.
You are in Tighina (Moldova), administrative region of level 1.
If you would like to recommend this Tighina map page to a friend, or if you just want to send yourself a reminder, here is the easy way to do it.
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 Tabibito's Transdniestr Guide: Bendery (aka Tighina), the main battlefield in the secessionist war   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Location: Tighina is the one and only Transdniestran town on the right (western) bank of the river Nistru (Dniestr).
As many other towns in the area, Tighina has a chessboard-like grid of streets.
Between the two World Wars, Bendery became a Romanian town and was renamed Tighina.
www.tabibito.de /balkan/ebendery.shtml   (1093 words)

  
 Tabibito's Transdniestr Guide: Bendery (aka Tighina), the main battlefield in the secessionist war   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Location: Tighina is the one and only Transdniestran town on the right (western) bank of the river Nistru (Dniestr).
As many other towns in the area, Tighina has a chessboard-like grid of streets.
Between the two World Wars, Bendery became a Romanian town and was renamed Tighina.
www.europe-east.com /balkan/ebendery.shtml   (1093 words)

  
 Tighina - Research the news about Tighina - from HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Villagers in Varnita blocked a road connecting Tighina and Chisinau with chunks of concrete on Monday.
Tighina, 30 miles east of Chisinau, is in Trans-Dniest...
The railway station was taken over in the Trans-Dniester city of Tighina, 45 kilometers (30 miles) east of Moldova's capital, by militiamen who...
www.highbeam.com /library/search.asp?FN=SS&search_newspapers=on&search_magazines=on&q=Tighina&refid=ency_botnm   (887 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Tighina: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Moldovan police clashed with Transdniestran militia in Bendery (then called Tighina), who were backed by troops from Russia.
Under the 30 August 1941 Tighina agreement, Transnistria was...
Areas police clashed with Transdniestran militia in Bendery (then called Tighina), who were backed by troops from Russia.
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 Reizen naar Moldavië - Vakantie in Moldavië - www.reiswijs.nl
Now a regional centre with big squares, modernised streets, hospitals, grammar schools, conventionalised churches, etc. In the Soviet period the town became an important industrial centre for the north of Moldova.
In Tighina's historical centre two old churches from the XIXth century can be visited.
In Varnita, a Tighina suburb, the Carol XIIth Museum is worth visiting (Carol XII is the Swedish King, who took refuge here after losing the Battle of Poltava to the Russians).
www.reiswijs.nl /landeninfo/europa/moldavie/moldavie.html   (1473 words)

  
 Flowers Tighina - Florist   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Now is very easy to send flowers in Tighina, Moldovia.
We use FTD Tighina florists and Interflora Tighina florists, so we can guarantee the freshness of your floral gifts.
All the flower deliveries in Tighina are designed by professional Tighina local florist, that are part of our own network since 1992.
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 Search Results for "Tighina"
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 Tighina travel guide
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 AllRefer.com - Tighina (CIS And Baltic Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Tighina (CIS And Baltic Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
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Between world wars, the city, renamed Tighina, belonged to Romania; it was seized by the USSR in 1940 but was in turn occupied by Romanian troops (1941–44) before being ceded to the USSR after World War II.
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 Transdniestr in images - Travel-Images.com - Pridnestrovie / Trans-Dniester   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bendery / Tighina: bridge and beach on the river Dniestr
Bendery / Tighina: fountains by the Pavel Tkachenko monument
Bendery / Tighina: Chruch of the Transfiguration of Christ
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