Pictures from Rostov-on-Don region.
Rostov-on-Don is located about 1200 km to the south from Moscow
(at 47.11 northern latitude and 39.38 eastern longtitude).
Rostov-on-Don was founded as a forest in 1761, but was established
as a city only in 1796; for a long time it was under the auspice
of the regional Cossaks administration. The modern Rostov-on-Don
occupies 372 square km; in 1993 the population of this city was
more than 1000 thousands people.
Rostov-na-Donu: the city at the mouth of Don. The illustrated
sight-seeing tour is guided by Sergei Naumov (Univ. of North Carolina, USA).
Send comments to: email@example.com
- Valeri Poltavtsev presents his overview of
Rostov-on-Don (Copyright © 1995 Valeri G. Poltavtsev,
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
economical and sociological data about Rostov-on-Don are provided
by the server of InterCommunication company. That server also keeps
photos of city during the winter season (taken by Oleg Lyubchenko).
(Copyright © 1996 InterComm. Send comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Collection of pictures about Taganrog -
a city in the Rostov-on-Don region.
Novocherkask, the capital of Russian cossaks.
Information is available in English or Russian (KOI-8) from
Information Centre of Novocherkassk Telephone Station.
Send comments to: email@example.com
- Microelectronics company, an Internet services provider in
keeps "yellow pages" and local advertisement information
(in Russian only).
Photo of people working on that server (JPG image, 19kb).
The name of Volgodonsk derives after the water gateway channel which
connects two major Russian rivers: Volga and Don. The city is
also famous by the large plant for
construction of nuclear electric power stations.
Send questions/comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
If you know a hyper-link to a relevant site with photos not mentioned
here, please inform !
More information about
Russia and the Former USSR.
If you would like to see more pictures, please go back to:
<Petersburg and the North-West
of Russia> <Ural>
<Far East of Russia>