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Complicated borders

Friday, 12th December 2008 by

Here’s a fairly long train travelling through an icy Moldova, eastern Europe. A train is hardly an uncommon sight on Google Earth – but this particular train will travel from one side of Moldova all the way to the other in an incredible two minutes flat. The train has just left neighbouring Romania and is passing through Moldova on its way to Ukraine… but as you may have guessed by…

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