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Political Holidays - Understand the World

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Tours

Abkhazia

Abkhazia was once known as a prime holiday destination for the Soviet elite, including Stalin himself. Russian recognition in 2008 has secured the nations de-facto independence and is one of the post-Soviet "frozen conflict zones."

€195-€1125

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North Caucasus

The North Caucasus is a region of the Caucasus in Southern Russia, bordering Georgia, Armenia & Azerbaijan to the south. Tours can include; Chechnya, Dagestan, North Ossetia & Ingushetia.

$2075-$3030

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Transnistria

+ Gagauzia

The unrecognised state of Transnistria - a narrow strip of land between the Dniester river and the Ukrainian border - broke away from Moldova after a brief war in 1992. It is what is known as a post-Soviet "frozen conflicts" and is a perfect destination for any Soviet enthusiast.

€330-€2935

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Nagorno-Karabakh

In 1988, Azerbaijani troops and Armenian secessionists began a bloody war which left the territory in the hands of ethnic Armenians, creating the unrecognized country, the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (today, the Republic of Artsakh). The dispute is a post-Soviet 'frozen conflict.'

$1030-$2595

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Somaliland

A breakaway, semi-desert territory making up the northern part of internationally recognized Somalia. Somaliland declared independence after the overthrow of Somali military dictator Siad Barre in 1991.

$345-$845

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Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan, once a part of the Soviet Union, is one of the most unique countries in the world today. With a cult of personality and a secretive nature, it is truly an off the beaten path adventure. Its capital, Ashgabat, has been described as a cross between Pyongyang and Las Vegas. 

$980-$2125

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Iraqi Kurdistan

 

Largely operating as a de-facto state, with its own military, Iraq's 2005 Constitution recognises an autonomous Kurdistan region in the north of the country, run by the Kurdistan Regional Government.

$405-$2185

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South Ossetia

South Ossetia, internationally recognized as part of Georgia, is separated from Russia's North Ossetia region by a border in the Caucasus Mountains. It gained de-facto independence in 2008 during its war against Georgia and is a post-Soviet "frozen conflict." Possibly the least visited out of all of the unrecognized countries in the region, it definitely makes for a unique destination.

 

$1030-$2255

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