Hero-City Sevastopol: view from above
• Hero-City Sevastopol: view from above
Surfing a little over Sevastopol, look, it looks like the hero-city from a height.
The streets and work of Rosa Luxemburg.
The cultural complex "Shipwright" on the street. It is the central institution of the club Nakhimov district.
Sevastopol branch of Moscow State University - the only one on the territory of the Crimean branch of Russia's oldest university, at the time of its founding in 1999 - the first foreign branch of Moscow State University.
Lazarevski barracks - a complex of nine buildings located on the Ship party of Sevastopol. Barracks were designed to accommodate six thousand persons, sailors of naval crews warships based in the South, Ship and other bays of Sevastopol.
South Bay - one of the Sevastopol Bay empties into the Sevastopol bay between Cape Nikolaev and Pavlovsk. Named for its location in relation to the Sevastopol bay, as is oriented due south.
Train Station. The terminal station trunk line Moscow - Sevastopol, located in the Crimea. It opened in 1875.
Almost all Korabelka with presidential route. Ship side - domestic name of the area of the city of Sevastopol, located to the east of the South Bay.
The stadium PFC "Sevastopol".
The area of the SMZ. Marine plant located on two production sites, of 53 hectare.
Sevmorzavod. Sevastopol Marine Plant.
Sevastopol Marine Plant. In June 2016 ended repair (lasted eight months) the sailing training vessel "Hersonissos".
Again Lazarevski former barracks and MSU.
On the left - center, right - Korabelka. We fly over the South Bay.
Ship side - the private sector, for the most part.
We fly over the neighborhood, "Red Hill".
Immediately after the annexation of Crimea to Russia (the manifesto of Catherine II "On the adoption of the peninsula Crimea, island Taman and all Kuban side under the Russian Empire" from April 8, 1783) frigate "Cautious" was sent to the peninsula Empress order to select the harbor at southwest coast, which was supposed to build the necessary strategic military port.
The date of the founding of modern Sevastopol is considered to be 3 (14) in June 1783. On this day, under the direction of Rear Admiral Thomas Mackenzie Fomicha first four stone buildings of Sevastopol were laid.