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Victory Day in Comrat

Victory Day is a holiday that commemorates the surrender of Nazi Germany on 9 May, 1945. Comrat celebrates this day in two diverse ways. In the morning, in procession, the inhabitants of Comrat go to the tomb of the unknown soldier where, after a mass and a minute of silence, they place flowers. At dusk, children and adults enjoy free food and drink accompanied by live music. In this video you will see both celebrations and the different atmospheres breathed in each one.


Miras-Moldova works to raise awareness of the Gagauzian culture, encourage social integration of ethnic minorities into Moldovan society and to save the cultural heritage of the Moldovan population.


Miras-Moldova also supports families of disabled youth from surrounding communities. Volunteers from the public administration work with individuals with a range of disabilities including physical, sensory, mental and learning disabilities.

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