Fortification on the Fortress Hill is the ID card of Sudak. In the Middle Ages, the Genoese built it as a stronghold for the colony of the Republic of Genoa in the northern Black Sea region. Parts of the fortifications of 14-15 centuries on an area of 30 hectares have survived to these days.
We continue to acquaint you with our unique Crimea, showing its beauty on vivid videos. And today we propose to "fly" over the picturesque part of its eastern coast. So, we present: the ancient town of Sudak and the small town of Noviy Svet.
The temple in the center of Sudak. It was founded in 1819 with the money raised by the parish and local landowners and built in ten years in the style of classicism. The church basement is in the shape of an equilateral Greek cross and there is a large hemispherical dome in the center.
Sudak is a small resort town located on the southeastern coast of Crimea. Sudak Bay is famous for its crystal clear water, pebble beaches and unique low, picturesque hills. The town is located around an impregnable fortress that has witnessed the region's tumultuous history.