Artem
I took a picture of my one of the best streets in Odessa, in my opinion, Tiraspolska street. That name was given from an ancient town called Tiraspol (an accent on 'a', it's right for Tiraspolska too, but we say with an accent on 'o', knowing that it is incorrect). This street starts at Tiraspolska square, there we have a circle, on its' boundaries there are a buildings. Four streets can be accesses on the circular movement from the square. On the other side of this street we have a cross with Staroportofrankovskaia (St(ah)ro-porto-fr(ah)nko-vsk(ah)(ia), it's hard to pronounce, but we've got used to it) and Kolontaievskaya streets. Staroportofrankovksaia lately was one of the streets that made up a boundaries of the city(nowadays Odessa is bigger). Kolontaievskaya connects us with a lot more of other cities, it's because on the other end of it is a bus station. On the photo I'm staying on the cross with Novosel'skogo street, staring toward the cross with Kuznetchnaya street. I like this street because of its' old environment in it, when you're walking here you can feel the story behind these buildings, especially if you look upwards on second or third floors of this buildings. Why? It's because of the first floor from time to time being captured by some shops that do not respect this environment and they put on the beautiful historical building their advertisements that kill all the environment sometimes. Well at least in this street it seldom happens.
Feb 19, 2021 7:42 AM
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I took a picture of my one of the best streets in Odessa, in my opinion, Tiraspolska street. That name was taken from an ancient town called Tiraspol (an accent on the 'a', it's the same for Tiraspolska too, but we pronounce it with an accent on the 'o', knowing that it is incorrect). This street starts at Tiraspolska square, where there is a circle, on its boundaries there are buildings. Four streets can be accessed from the square. On the other side of this street we have a crossroad with Staroportofrankovskaia (St(ah)ro-porto-fr(ah)nko-vsk(ah)(ia), it's hard to pronounce, but we've got used to it) and Kolontaievskaya street. Staroportofrankovksaia was one of the streets that made up the boundaries of the city (nowadays Odessa is bigger). Kolontaievskaya connects us with a lot of other cities, because at the other end there is a bus station. In the photo I'm at the crossing with Novosel'skogo street, staring toward the cross with Kuznetchnaya street. I like this street because of its old environment. When you're walking here you can feel the history behind these buildings, especially if you look upwards to the second or third floors of these buildings. Why? It's because on the ground floor some shops do not respect this environment and they cover their facades with advertisements that gives the the beautiful historic buildings underneath. Well at least on this street it seldom happens.
February 19, 2021
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