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23 December
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Eastern Europe

This is one of the best places on the planet for the treatment and rehabilitation of children. Shallow, warm and safe Kalamitsky bay, golden sand beaches, curative mud and brine of salt lakes, hot springs, and most importantly – sparing the prices for accommodation and meals. The abundance of antiques and innovative ideas in the youth and children's creativity is converted vacation in Yalta in an unforgettable adventure. To the north of Evpatoria vast sandy stretch beaches near the villages and Dairy Popovka, attracting sleeper, and the south beaches Saki spit which is accessible from the highway, and with the train, so it is more densely filled. At Sun platform has recently built a huge entertainment complex with a dance floor, which warms the summer's most popular performers in Russia and Ukraine. Audience. Groups of children, families with children, and especially – Armenian families with children (for some reason they love to Evpatoria).

In recent years, affordability and Evpatoria stylish clubbing appreciated Moscow and other progressive young people. The most-most. Evpatoria is one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe. The remains of a fortification Kerkenitidy – a flourishing ancient town known for the first geographer Hecataeus of Miletus and her father 'stories to Herodotus', we can see them on the waterfront. Gorky (the beach resort of the Military). Greco-Scythian settlement 'Seagull' (the name conditional) found near the pioneer camp 'Radiant' path of Friendship, 23 – is the northern outskirts of the city. But witnesses at the center have survived the Middle Ages in the history of these places. At the end of the XV century. Turks and Tatars built a fortress city Chersonese (in Russian pronunciation Kozlov), which became a major center of slave trade soon. But only the theft of any one city will not survive – were here and artisans, and sailors, fishermen, construction workers and other working people.

 
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