After Belaya Kalitva we went on to Rostov. There was no deep penetration into Rostov-on-Don, but it was not planned. We walked along the Don Embankment, walked along Pushkin Street and went to the Theater Square. We felt that Rostov is a big city, although it is much easier to breathe in it than in the capital. But the most indelible impression left Rostov drivers, scurrying between the lanes without turn signals, sharply slowing down and accelerating. Even accustomed to Moscow recklessness on the Moscow Ring Road, we were surprised. But there are almost no traffic jams in Rostov, in comparison with Moscow, well, or we were just so lucky.
The route of our trip and its concept can be seen here: We participate in the project "Russia for 365 days"
And the next day we, before going to ancient city of Tanais, jumped into Surb Khach, Armenian church,built in the late 18th century. Near it there are several springs with clear water, to which an ancient staircase leads. I will tell you about it later. I feel that after this trip I have accumulated quite a lot of material on various sights in Russia.