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24 Rostov City Fish Market

Rostov City Fish Market

Posted on November 2, 2009 by


Russian city Rostov, fish market there

In Russia there are two Rostov cities. One is a small town somewhere near Moscow and another is Rostov-On-Don a large Southern Russian city standing on the wide Don river and was called Rostov-the-Dad on criminal slang in Soviet times.

Just because it stands on the major river it has plenty of fish available there so there is a special fish market located next to the big local church where you can buy not just regular fish but easily get some species that belong to Internationa Red List of Endangered Species and it is cheap. And of course you can get Russian caviar, packed in just plastic boxes as much as you want. And it is cheap too.

Russian city Rostov, fish market there 2

Russian city Rostov, fish market there 3

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24 Responses to “Rostov City Fish Market”

  1. Gavril says:

    FIRST…?

  2. well-wisher says:

    that’s not a caviar, it’s just a dangerous substitute, after eating it you will spend on doctors more than the genuine caviar costs

  3. Taupey says:

    These photographs are wonderful!

    Great Post ER Admin.

    I’m going to have to check it out!

    Thanks for sharing the photographs and info too. :)

  4. Kirov says:

    ours is better

  5. High Plains Drifter says:

    Pretty tame compared to a Japanese or Chinese fish market but interesting nonetheless!

  6. Terry says:

    These are great photos, we adopted our son from Rostov-On-Don, he loves seeing pictures of the town he was born in. Thanks so much for posting these.

  7. Taupey says:

    Yes it is ;)

    I was joking!

  8. polish jew says:

    pretty cool!

    :?

  9. Hobbit says:

    There is the city of Rostov-On-Don which is named after the town of Rostov. People in Rostov-On-Don refer to the city as just Rostov. When they do it makes it confusing. So the people of Rostov will some times call themselves: Rostov Veliky or Rostov the Great. Rostov is a very old town dating to before 862 AD. It’s Kremlin is well worth a visit.

    Once a major town of the Kievian Rus. Rostov is now a quiet place on the shore of Lake Nero.

    I like to visit the town for a quiet relaxing weekend.

    As for Rostov-On-Don you see the fish market and it is nice city to visit.

  10. fishy mcfishbine says:

    “there is a special fish market located next to the big local church where you can buy not just regular fish but easily get some species that belong to Internationa Red List of Endangered Species”

    like what? give an example of an endangered fish being sold there.

  11. PK says:

    Hi i’m is Rostov-on-Don, it is really! Beautiful photo!

  12. Andy says:

    Marco, it is not raw fish, it is salted and dried fish, but fish is very fat and seems like raw)). It’s rare fish named Shamaika is very, very tasty!!! And it not dangerous.

  13. cia says:

    Eat my sausage raw.

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