Rostov-on-Don. Sunday walk Lots of photos
I flew to Rostov a little more than one month ago. I didn’t like it at all from the taxi window on the way from the airport. An ordinary gray post-Soviet city with stupid signboards. Of course, that's true. I like the combination of the old pre-revolutionary architecture and the new one in Rostov. This makes the city picturesque and distinctive.
March 7, Sunday, downtown , ☀️ +5°
Banner fabric on the building of the hotel "Moskovskaya", Bolshaya Sadovaya Street
I live on Pushkina Street in Bendery. Just across the street from my house is Gorky Park. In Rostov, I rent an apartment on Pushkinskaya Street and in 2 blocks - a park named after whom? All right 😊
I walked along Pushkinskaya Street through the park and came out on Bolshaya Sadovaya Street. The park is unremarkable.
👉 Towards Budennovsky Prospekt
👈 Towards Voroshilovsky Prospekt
Towards the central market and the Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Disc in front of the entrance to the park, from the side of Bolshaya Sadovaya Street. It symbolizes the city center
Photos, March 7, 2021