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CHERSONESUS TAURICA

 

Chersonesus Tauricais an ancient Greek colony founded approximdtely 2,500 years ago in the southwestern part of Crimea, known then as Taurica. The colony was established in the 6th century BC by settlers from Heraclea Pontica. The remains of the city defense walls, houses, public places, basements, wells, and cemetery are within the

territory of modern Sevastopol. They were excavated by the

Russian government, starting

from 1827. They are today a popular tourist attraction,

protected by the state as an archaeological park.

The buildings mix influences of Greek, Roman and Byzantine culture. The defensive wall is hundreds of meters long. Buildings include a Roman amphitheatre and a Greek temple. The history of the city is still being worked out on details which are now preserved in the Middle Ages Museum. The remains of the antique basilicas attract the

attention of the visitors by the well-proportioned white marble columns.

Well-preserved mosaic floors were discovered in one of the buildings and are now exhibited in the shelters along one of the alleys of the reserve as well as in the museum,

located on 2 buildings of the

former monastery. It is also a cradle of Christianity in ancient Russia. A light summer pavilion is built on the supposed spot of

christening Prince Vladimir

who managed to include Kievan Rus into the number of civilized Christian states. The monument to Prince Vladimir is located in and out of the territory of the reserve.

The largest portion of the site is "Chora", several square kilometers of ancient but now barren farmland, with remains of wine presses and defensive towers.


 

 

performances are also conducted near Zenon Tower.


The antique theatre was supposedly built in the middle of the III century BC. The fights of gladiators were arranged here in the

epoch of the early Roman presence. Nowadays the Sevastopol actors and the participants of the theater festivals perform on the

stage of the theater. The


 

Apart from the museum and exhibitions, there are a beautiful pebble and rocky beaches that make spending a day in this open air complex especially enjoyable.

 

Price of the tour – 35-60 uah (5-7$) Photo, video – 20-25 uah (3$) Opening hours – 9:00-19:00


TRANSPORT

 

 

How to get to Sevastopol Banking Institute:

 

 

From airport Simferopol (2 hours):

- by taxi (approx. 1,5 hours), price – 400 UAH. (50 USD)

- by busto the railway station Simferopol (approx. 20-30 min) and see below

 

 

From railway station Simferopol (1,5 hour):

- by bus – you have to go out the railway station and cross the road to get to the bus station.

Buses to Sevastopol go every 20-30 minutes from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Ticket price – 25-30 UAH. (ticket office is on the left of McDonald’s)

- by taxi

Approx. price – 400 UAH.

- by train

Timetable:



5.30 a.m., 7.35 a.m., 8.40 a.m., 12.20 p.m., 15.15 p.m., 17.50p.m., 20.50 p.m. Ticket price – 11 uah. (You can buy ticket inside the train).

 

 

From airport Sevastopol:

- by taxi (approx. 1 hour), price – 300 UAH.

 

 

From railway station Sevastopol (30 min):

- go through the footbridge to the bus stop.

Take bus (minibus) ¹107, 109, 110, 112. Get out on the “Umasheva str.” bus stop (approx. 25 min). Then cross the road and take minibus ¹23. Go out in

front of the institute. (approx. 5-7 min)

 

 

From bus station Sevastopol (30 min):

- go out the station to the bus stop.

Take bus (minibus) ¹107, 109, 110, 112. Get out on the “Umasheva str.” bus stop. (approx. 25 min). Then cross the road and take minibus ¹23. Go out in

front of the institute. (approx. 5-7 min)

 

 

You can order taxiby phone:

 

 

Taxi “Pharaon”

050-584-10-09 , 050-496-60-00

 

 

Taxi “Minutka”

099-777-89-99, 097-258-03-03

 


ALPFABETICAL INDEX

 


A

Abdul-Hadi Alaa Mohammed, 17

Androulidakis I., 5, 8, 10, 12

Antoshchuk S., 6, 16

B

Babeshko E., 13

Baiger V., 15

Bakaev O., 18

Barkalov A., 6

Barvinko A., 13

Berdnikova A., 16

Berezenko P., 18

Bezdetko A., 16

Bilash A., 5

Birukov D., 20

Biryukov A., 5, 14

Biscoglio I., 13

Bochkov A., 5

Bogomolov V., 18

Bokhan K., 19

Brezhniev E., 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 21

Bryukhovetskiy A., 18

Bulba E., 14

Butenko V., 6, 13, 16

Buy D., 6, 13

C

Chemeris A., 16

Chornomyz S., 16

Chukhray A., 16

Chumachenko S., 18

D

Dadashev B., 5

Davies John N., 19

Dmitrieva O., 17

Dodonov A., 6

Dolgov A., 15

Dolgov Yu., 6, 15, 16

Drozd M., 16

Drozd O., 6, 15, 16, 19

Dubovoy V., 6

E

Englesy I., 18

Epifanov A., 15

F

Fadeeva E., 13

Fedoseeva A., 17

Furman I., 6

Fusani M., 5, 13, 20

G

Glukhikh M., 13

Gnesi S., 6

Golikov S., 6, 14

Gorbenko A., 12, 17, 21

Gorbenko I., 6

Gordieiev O., 5, 14, 19

Gorodilov A., 17

Grishko J., 13

Grout Vic, 19

Gudz A., 14

Guz O., 18

H

Hahanov V., 6, 18

Hahanova A., 18

Halaniuk K., 16

Hollstein T., 8, 10, 12, 21

Hovorushchenko T., 15

I

Iemelianov V., 6, 14

Illiashenko O., 4, 6, 14, 19, 21

Ivanchenko O., 20

Ivanchyshyn D., 16

Ivanov D., 16

Ivanova E., 16

Ivaschenko A., 16

Ivasyuk O., 6, 13, 14

Izvalov A., 19

J

Jervan G., 5, 14

Jutman A., 8, 10, 12, 21

K

Kamenskih A., 17

Karavaj M., 6

Kharchenko V., 4, 5, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21

Kochkar D., 12, 18

Koldovskyy V., 15

Koliada S., 15

Kompan S., 13

Kondratenko Yu., 6

Konorev B., 6

Kostolny J., 19

Kovalenko A., 13, 14

Kozak L., 15

Krasnobayev V., 6

Krivoulya G., 15

Krivulya G., 6

Krotov K., 17

Kryschuk A., 17

Kucherenko D., 15

Kuchuk G., 4, 6

Kuznetsova Y., 14

Kvassay M., 19

L

Lavrut O., 19

Lazorenko D., 16

Levashenko V., 6, 8, 11, 12, 19

Levchenko O., 16

Listrovoy S., 6

Litvinova E., 18

Lukianov D., 5

Lysenko S., 17

Lyubchenko K., 19

M

Maevsky D., 14, 15

Manzhos Y., 15, 16

Mashchenko E., 20

Medzatyi D., 18

Melenets A., 18

Melnyk A., 6

Miedl H., 13

Mishchenko O., 6

Moiseev M., 13

Mokhor V., 6

Morozov K., 17

Mulyak O., 17

N

Nedelko S., 19

Nedelko V., 19

Nesterov M., 19

O

Odarushchenko Oleg, 5, 13, 14, 16, 19

Odarushchenko Olena, 13

Opanasenko V., 6

Ozirkovsky L., 17

P

Perepelitsyn A., 16, 21

Plesovskih S., 17

Polschykov K., 19

Polyakov G., 6

Pomorova O., 6, 15, 16, 18

Ponurovskiy I., 17

Popov P., 6

Potii A., 8, 11, 12

Prochazkova D., 19

Pronzeleva S., 16

R

Rassomakhin S., 16

Rezunenko A., 6, 14

Richter H., 6, 8, 12, 13

Romankevich O., 17

Romankevich V., 17

Romankevych A., 6

Rubanov V., 6, 18

Rucinski A., 6

Russo S., 6

Rvachova N., 19

Ryazantsev A., 18, 19, 20

Ryzhkova O., 19

S

Savenko O., 17

Schnürer G., 6, 14

Semenchenko A., 6, 14

Senatorov A., 14

Serkov A., 6

Shcherbachenko S., 14

Shcherbovskykh S., 20

Shestopal O., 15

Shevchenko V., 1, 5, 6, 19, 20

Shkil A., 15

Siora A., 5

Skarga-Bandurova I., 18, 19

Skatkov A., 6, 16, 17, 18, 20

Sklyar V., 6, 13

Skobelev V., 16

Skobtsov Yu., 6

Starov O., 12, 18

Strjuk O., 6, 17, 19

T

Tagarev T., 5

Tarasenko V., 5

Tevkun M., 19

Titarenko L., 6

Trubchaninov S., 18

Turkin I., 6, 14

Tverdokhlebov V., 5, 12, 15, 16

Tyurin S., 7, 15, 16, 17

V

Vilkomir S., 5, 6, 18

Volochiy B., 17

Voronin D., 16

Vovk E., 14

Y

Yamatov A., 17

Yaremchuk S., 15

Yastrebenetsky M., 6

Yermolenko A., 14

Yesina M., 16

Z

Zaitseva E., 6, 8, 12, 19

Zashcholkin K., 16

Zaslavsky V., 5

Zhukov I., 6

Zinovatnaya S., 16

Zmysnyi M., 17


 


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