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Taganrog Things to Do

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    by High_Elf Written Feb 18, 2005

    Go for a swim in the sea of Azov,.some parts of the sea is a little dirty but thats no real problem. It's not deep you can walk far there or maybe you can learn to swim there like i did :)

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    by lorgnierl Written Nov 27, 2002

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    there are a lot of museums in taganrog, this city could be as popular as st petersburg but peter the 1th took another way.....

    go and see my travelogues

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    by lorgnierl Updated Aug 23, 2006

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    very good ambiance, may be cause i m a french and i made a party for our wedding
    don t miss violon, so good soul

    i missed in august 2006 a cosaqui meeting, around 250 cosaques were there in original suits the 15th for Ataman Platov anniversary. As their "chief" was in Paris during his life they would enjoy to have a frenchi with them for the ceremony, next time, may be ....

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    by Anglesky Written May 23, 2007

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    Luggage and bags: The usual holiday Luggage And Bags

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: If visiting in summer please bring very hot weather wear.
    If visiting in winter then wrap up walm clothes (hat and gloves style)

    Toiletries and Medical Supplies: the usual for uk or us

    Photo Equipment: What ever you find good enough for you.

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Taganrog Off The Beaten Path

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    by 1madrussian Written Dec 7, 2006

    It's an hour and a half to drive from the airport to Taganrog. On the way from time to time you see peddlers selling watermelons and crayfish caught in the local rivers. Both are very very good. The crayfish are expensive beyond belief. Once we payed $3 US per crayfish. But, they were very very good and sweet. Lobster does not at all compare.

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    by lorgnierl Written Nov 2, 2002

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    Favorite thing: TAGANROG

    was built like a copy of St. Petersburg, because PETER I didn't believe people in Moscow, and wanted to create another capital, he enjoyed this place and staied there for a while.

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