Passport to Enclavia:
Travels in Search of a European Identity

Passport to Enclavia by Vitali Vitaliev

by Vitali Vitaliev

What does it mean to be European? The answer lies in Europe’s forgotten enclaves - tiny fragments of one country cut off and completely surrounded by another, stuck between two different cultures, currencies and sometimes even languages. Renowned author Vitali Vitaliev (Life as a Literary Device) explores the idiosyncrasies of these enclaves and the state of European identity.

An acclaimed investigative journalist, Vitali uncovers the roots of the current EU crisis ten years ago, providing a timelessly topical perspective on one of recent history’s key events.

Passport to Enclavia is an homage to Europe, in all its marvellous diversity.

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Daily Telegraph article about enclaves:

The Daily Telegraph printed an article about Europe's enclaves, using information from Vitali Vitaliev's book Passport to Enclavia. Read the article here.

Read about a new micronation called Enclava:

A recent article in the Guardian newspaper reported on the establishment of a new micronation on the Croatian-Servian border, called Enclava. Its official website is here: http://enclava.org/.

Also by Vitali Vitaliev:

Granny Yaga.

Little is the Light.

Borders Up!

Vitali's Ireland.

Life as a Literary Device: A Writer's Manual of Survival.