“Breakfast with Dead” Radonita and Anti-Easter in Transnistria


Thousands of people go to cemeteries to commemorate their dead relatives. It is Russian tradition deeply rooted with Russian Orthodox Church.

M
y family traditionally visiting one old cemetery (Blijnee) and a new one (Zapadnoe). My Grand-Grand and Grand parents as well as uncle are permanently resine in these two places. Of course I also went to see and commemorate some of my friends and also my first employer (Mr. Ushanev, God bless him and his family). He was a great man but unfortunately was killed by local mafia like many others in 90’s….

Visiting the cemetery is a must do activity in our society but we usually take a bicycle ride after that (my family). So, this time we went to see an unknown park and also some former USSR premises. Unfortunately I can not display publicly all what I saw and found but still, you can guess….
My first employer, former owner of the first regball team in Transnistria, was shot dead in his car.
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An interesting tomb
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Simbolic BMW and his owner….
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Long queue of relatives of the dead
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Near the graveyard
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Leftoevers, empty boxes under the sun…
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Trash fields…
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Magic box
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Not very well known park in Tiraspol

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The Hero of the USSR
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The cat is clearly stated his oppinion 🙂
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