Audiotour

AudiotourBudennovsky Avenue

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  1. Audio-Tour Zusammenfassung
  2. Audio-Tour Zusammenfassung

    Introduction

    Large streets and avenues cross the center of Rostov-on-Don: Kirovsky Avenue, Voroshilovsky Avenue, Sokolov Avenue, Maxim Gorky Street, Krasnoarmeyskaya Street and Budennovsky Avenue, which we will walk along today.

    Budennovsky, former Taganrog Avenue is one of the oldest streets of Rostov. The avenue got its present-day name in 1923 nineteen-twenty three, in honor of Semyon Budyonny, a hero of the Russian Civil War and the Great Patriotic War, Marshall of the Soviet Union, who hailed from the Don region. The avenue was formerly called Taganrog Avenue, as it opened a horse road track leading to Taganrog. It started from the bank of the River Don and was marked in the second town plan of 1767. Taganrog Avenue was very important in town planning pattern, it was always one of the liveliest streets of old-time Rostov, and it remains very busy today.

  3. 1 Marins Park Hotel Rostov, 59 fifty-nine Budennovsky Avenue
  4. 2 Monument to Alexander Khanzhonkov
  5. 3 Secondary School No. 43, 64 Budennovsky Avenue
  6. 4 Building of the State Circus, 45 Budennovsky Avenue
  7. 5 Monument to Oleg Popov (near the building of the Rostov State Circus)
  8. 6 Building of the Telegraph Office of the Rostov Technical Center of Telecommunications, 50 Budennovsky Avenue
  9. 7 Tenement Building of Vladimir Chirikov (Building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation), 46 Budennovsky Avenue
  10. 8 Tenement Building of V. Ya. Kunduri (Building of the Staff Headquarters of the Southern Military Command Region), 53 Pushkinskaya Street / 43 Budennovsky Avenue
  11. 9 Bust of Budyonny, intersection with Pushkinskaya Street
  12. 10 Building of the former Molot Publishing House, 37 Budennovsky Avenue
  13. 11 Tenement Building of the Yelitser Brothers Matvey and Isaac, 35 Budennovsky Avenue
  14. 12 Administration Building of the Flour Mill of the Yelitser Brothers, 33 Budennovsky Avenue
  1. Audio-Tour Zusammenfassung

    Introduction

    Large streets and avenues cross the center of Rostov-on-Don: Kirovsky Avenue, Voroshilovsky Avenue, Sokolov Avenue, Maxim Gorky Street, Krasnoarmeyskaya Street and Budennovsky Avenue, which we will walk along today.

    Budennovsky, former Taganrog Avenue is one of the oldest streets of Rostov. The avenue got its present-day name in 1923 nineteen-twenty three, in honor of Semyon Budyonny, a hero of the Russian Civil War and the Great Patriotic War, Marshall of the Soviet Union, who hailed from the Don region. The avenue was formerly called Taganrog Avenue, as it opened a horse road track leading to Taganrog. It started from the bank of the River Don and was marked in the second town plan of 1767. Taganrog Avenue was very important in town planning pattern, it was always one of the liveliest streets of old-time Rostov, and it remains very busy today.

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