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Reopened on the initiative of its citizens in 1942, a hugely difficult time for the city under German occupation, the cathedral underwent complete restoration after the war, with the bell tower fully restored in 1999 to mark the 250 anniversary of the city’s foundation.
Bolshaya Sadovaya Street and Theatre Square The pedestrian Soborny Pereulok leads from the Cathedral to the Bolshaya Sadovaya Street, the city’s most presentable and arguably most beautiful street, challenged for this prestigious title only by Pushkinskaya Street, an overwhelmingly green, partly pedestrian-only street a few blocks north.
Excavations have already produced more than 200,000 different pieces and revealed the remains of fortifications, with visitors able to see reconstructions of ancient dwellings and an extensive collection of ceramics. Azov and Azov Castle If you’ve seen all there is to see in Rostov itself and have time to spare, take a 40km motorway trip to the town of Azov.
A small town today with around 80,000 residents, Azov is much older than Rostov, dating back to the Scythian settlements on the Azov Sea coast more than a thousand years ago.
The Fan Festival area will be located here during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.
Careful observers may note that the theatre building is shaped like a tractor.
Incidentally, Rostselmash is a name synonymous with football in Russia, with the city’s most successful and popular football club enjoying this name for 45 years, before being renamed to Rostov in 2003.
The Music Theatre across from the Pokrovsky Square (halfway between the Cathedral and Theatre Squares) is shaped like a grand piano.
The Bogatyanovsky Spusk allows for a quick descent to the embankment from the Music Theatre.
Bolshaya Sadovaya Street crosses the city from west to east and is home to most of the city’s landmarks and monuments.
A walk or a trip on public transport will take you three kilometres towards the Theatre Square and the Academic Drama Theatre.