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Chersonesos – the name of the ancient city, which was based on the territory, где сейчас располагается Севастополь и после a nice walk along the central part of the city, we went to the ruins of an ancient Greek settlement. From the panorama Museum we traveled by bus, by the way, travel is cheaper, than in Evpatoria, just 8 rubles per person.
Even if you do not enter the territory of the archaeological reserve, you can see the ancient ruins. Entrance ticket for the independent visit to the Chersonesos Taurian worth 100 rubles. Here you can see the map of the attractions of the ancient city.
More modern facilities, which shows the exposure of different eras.
And in the gift shop you can not do without the well-known Crimean inhabitants.
This is probably the most famous image of the ancient Greek city of Chersonesos (Russian Troy), which can be found in the literature and sources of the ancient city – Basil VI-X century a.d.. The most touching is the range in archeology 4 century or when they say: “The age of this fossil about 3-6 millions of years…”
And on the coast at ruins proved to be a pretty good beach, where locals and guests of the reserve swam, probably feeling like the ancient Greeks in swimming trunks and swimsuits.
Walk to the ruins of the once lively city.
And this is probable baptism spot of Knyaz Vladimir.
And someone is waiting for the appearance of a familiar sail away… Inspiration… Or just relaxing.
The main inhabitants of the Crimea, you meet on all calendars and posters.
In the distance you can see the Orthodox St. Volodymyr's Cathedral.
Then we began to hurry, because already have your tickets for the evening back to Evpatoria. Latest photos overlooking the Quarantine Bay.
The bus back we had at 8 pm, to 7 in the morning there was no room. Minibus towards the Artillery Bay did not appear and we were rescued by a tourist minibus driver, who brought us almost to the point of embarkation on steam. Along the way we had a tour of the city, pointing to the monument paratroopers and told about the impending demolition of illegal buildings erected in Sevastopol.
Before leaving on the North side, we still found time for chebureks.
Then we climb up to the ferry, which was to take us out of the Artillery Bay to the bus station on the other side. Good time, to photograph the embankment of Sevastopol, its old buildings…
Boats scurrying on the Bay and sunset…
Sevastopol in Greek language – It's “the majestic city” or “the holy city”. Greek roots Σεβαστός (Sevastos) and πόλη (Polis) just make up our picture: We walked around the city, saw and appreciated his greatness and power of the people, who inhabit it and defended. We touched the ancient Chersonesos and noticed not only sacred temples, but the memory of the heroic deeds of the people, for the Russian people will also be Holy.
Another monument to the defense of the city, that was used in all the battles – Michael's Fort.
The port is always construction, and since then the base of the Black Sea Fleet of Russia, There is no escaping from the warships.
Us in Sevastopol very much and we should definitely get back here, walk on the sunny streets and explore all the sights and attractions, Wikipedia showed us their huge list.
By the way, reading about the monuments of the city, I came across a part of the biography of Leo Tolstoy – participant in the defense of the city 1854-1855 years and realized, that I do not know his biography, forgot everything or poorly taught in school. In addition to the bearded old man I never thought another image of classic Russian literature. Shame on me, but will have to close all the gaps, fix all the flaws in education, read his Sevastopol Stories, and disclose the author of the works of heavy school course, On the other hand.
Excellent 360 degree panorama of Chersonesos – virtual-sevastopol.ru
This site tells well of Sevastopol bays, lots of useful information – sev-tales.ru