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Rostov region

Cultural tourism in Russia > Rostov Region

Rostov Region

Rostov Region is the part of Russian federation, located in the South of East European Plain and partly in North Caucasus Region occupies large territory (100,8 thousand sq. Km)of the LowerDon river basin.Borders Donbass in the West, Central Region in the North and Volga Region in East and Caucasus in the South.

Population: 4286,2 thousand people (according to the January, 1, 2002)

Administartive Center of Rostov Region Rostov-on-Don with population over 1009 thousand people(according to the January, 1, 2001) large industrial, cultural and scientific center, important land and sea routes junction connecting Ukraine, Volga region and central part of Russia with North Caucasus Region.

Distance from Rostov-on-Don to Moscow is 1226 km

Territory of Rostov Region spreads from West to Eastand is 455 km long. From North to South 475 km. The territory of Rostov region is equal to the territories Denmark, Belgium, Netherlands taken together. Rostov Region has land and sea borders with the following regions: West and North-West -Dontsk and Lougansk Regions of Ukraine; North and North-East Voronezh and Volgograde Regions of Russia; East and South-East Kalmyk Region; South Stavropol and Krasnodar Region; South-West is washed by waters TaganrogBay of Azov Sea and has sea borders with Ukraine.

River Don — one of the biggest European Rivers — flows its waters through the Territory of Rostov region.

Rostov region — being the separate administrative center was founded under the resolution of USSR CIC issued on September, 13, 1937.

Rostov Region is formed by 5 main administrative foundations: 12 cities and 43 rural regions, 4 of which are combined with the Regional Cities.

Main cities of Rostov Region are: Taganrog with the population over 287,6 thousand people, Shakhty 224,4 thousand people, Novotcherkassk 186,5 thousand people, Volgodonsk 179,2 thousand people, Novoshakhtinsk 103,1 thousand people (according to 1998).

 
Cities of Rostov region
Vesenskaya
Taganrog Museum of Arts
Volgodonsk city
Museums of Rostov region
Taganrog state literatural and historycal-architectural reserve museum
Hotel Tourist
Tanais
Transport of Rostov region
Razdori and Puhlakovka
Azov Hotel and Resort
Bristol Hotel
Rostov Regional Museum of Fine Arts
Tourist camp Tchaika
The History of Rostov Region
Rostov-on-Don
Economic life of Rostov region
Shakhti
Hotel Airport
Tourist camp Solnishko
Tsimlyansk
Healt Center "Donetski"
Memorial museum of R.L. Samoilovitch
Brig Hotel
Stanitsa Starocherkasskaya
Population of Rostov Region
Cultural life
Rostov Regional Museum of local lore
Climat of Rostov region
Solnechnaya Hotel
Azov
Novocherkassk Museum of the Don Cossacks' History
Azov Regional Museum
Taganrog Hotel
Novocherkassk
Veshenski Sanatorium
State Sholokhov's museum Reserve
Tourist Complex Veshenski
Taganrog
Nadejda Sanatorium
Startocherkassk Historical-Architectural Reserve Museum
Don countryside

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