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Non-Russians obviously never heared about Temryuk, but this sunny Southern town situated on the Azov Sea attracts many Russians (most of the time not the richest, but definately not the poorest) to it's vicinity. The town offers some attractions, but is especially famous for it's sandy beaches (actually it is shell graines) and wine.
Written Sep 1, 2005
Yemryuk is spread out over many dozains of kilometres and the actual centre is divided in two parts. The "Morport" (sea harbour) can be seen as the centre of industrial and economical activity, while the other centre is situated on top of a hill, looking out over the sea, the "Lemans" (coastal lakes) and the green village-like parts of the town. Here is also the main church of Temryuk, right next to the museum and memorial ground of the battles that have been fought here during the second worldwar.
Updated Sep 1, 2005
Address: Centre of Temryuk
Tourism, especialy on the countryside of Russia, is still in an early developing face. Only Black Sea coast and the two capitols (Moskwa and Saint Petersburg) know it for longer time. The Russians standards as well are not to be compared with European, North American or Asian standards. Along the Sea of Azov campings and bungalowparcs are emerging, yet facilities and housing are of relative low quality and the offering of activities (like excursions) very limited. This last however is quiet well organised at the cabin-parc "Flamingo" just North-West of Temryuk.
Written Nov 6, 2002
Address: Cabin / bungalow-parc "Flamingo"