Rașcov – One of Moldova’s Most Picturesque Villages through the Lens of Photographer Roman Friptuleac

In Moldova, there are hundreds of picturesque localities waiting to be discovered and visited. One of them is Rașcov, a village located on the left bank of the Nistru River. According to photographer Roman Friptuleac, the region offers a tranquil and traditional atmosphere, making it a suitable place for those who wish to enjoy the charm of rural life and hiking.

Few people know, but Rașcov is home to a karst complex, which is a protected area classified as a geological or paleontological natural monument.

Moreover, the ruins of an old synagogue (a building dedicated to the Jewish religious practice) dating back to 1749 can be found here. It is considered the most beautiful synagogue in the eastern border regions of Poland. Additionally, there is an ancient Jewish cemetery in this locality as well.

Therefore, before you embark on a journey to the village of Rașcov, we invite you to explore it through a series of unique photographs captured by Moldovan artist Roman Friptuleac.

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