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The tiny nation of Moldova, sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine, is one of the least-visited countries in the world, but people are finally starting to give it the credit it's due. The capital, Chișinău, is not a traditionally pretty European city, but its communist relics and friendly people more than compensate. East of the capital is the breakaway republic of Transnistria, an idiosyncratic region that has retained a strong Soviet character and whose people hark back to the days of the USSR. Moldova is renowned for its wines. The Cricova winery, located in a town of the same name, is home to the world’s second largest wine cellar and offers a fascinating insight into Moldova’s long and impressive viticulture. The largest wine cellar in the world can be found in Milestii Mici, also in Moldova.