Rostov-on-DonRostov-on-Don (Ростов-на-Дону) is the biggest city and the centre of Southern Russia, and tenth most populous city in Russia.
By trainRostov-Glavniy (Russian: Росто́в-Гла́вный) is one of the major stations on the North Caucasus Railway network (Rostov Oblast, Krasnodar Krai, Stavropol Krai, Republic of Adygeya, Karachay–Cherkessia, North Ossetia, Ingushetia, Chechnya, Dagestan, and Kalmykia) and "St. Petersburg-Rostov-Caucasus" railway.
- Pushkinskaya Street
- Museum of Regional Studies
- Rostov Regional Museum of Fine Arts
- Museum of Russian & Armenian Friendship
- Railway Museum
- Paramonov's Warehouses
- Watch football at Rostov Arena, opened in 2018 to host games of the FIFA World Cup. It's home to FC Rostov, who play in the Russian Premier League (ie top tier of Russian football). The Arena, capacity 42,000, is just south of the River Don and is intended to act as the focus for south-bank city development. It's 2 km from the centre on the north bank, walkable via Voroshilovskiy Bridge, or take bus S1. The football team formerly played at Olimp-2 (capacity 15,800) north-east of the centre: its future use has not been announced.
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