Once upon a time there were 4 beautiful and and friendly Slavic counties full of great cheerful people, where they had beautiful architecture, rich culture and amazing nature. All together they had everything they needed: special spirit, beautiful valleys, peculiar cities and warm sea… But all this stopped mattering when 4 villians came and gained the power of those Great Counties. The citizens are not merry anymore, nobody dances, sings, no one enjoys life anymore… We are encouraging the special people from all over the Europe to come and save us from this tragedy. We need you to be a part of The Slavic FOURce!!!
Exploring Slavic culture and breaking stereotypes about Eastern Europe
Rostov-na-DonuThe largest city in the south of Russia. Rostov-on-Don is called “the Gate to the Caucasus”. The city stands on the banks of the Don River, about 46 km east of the Azov Sea.
TaganrogThe second largest city of the Rostov region. It was founded after the capture of Azov by Peter’s I order as a fortress and harbor for the Russian Navy.
VoronezhVoronezh is the center of the famous Black Earth Region. With a population more than one million inhabitants, the city remains a large administrative, industrial, scientific, educational and cultural center.
KharkivThe second largest city in Ukraine. Kharkiv is a major cultural, scientific, educational, transport and industrial center of Ukraine.
OdessaOdesa is a warm water port that is usually regarded as a tourist destination among Ukrainians for summer trips. Odesa is a city straight from literature – an energetic, decadent boom town.