The governor approved the project of a joint security zone in Rostov despite the protests of activists

Governor Vasily Golubev finally approved the project of a united security zone in the center of Rostov, despite opposition from the public and city defenders. The project, which has been discussed for months, would set limits on the height of buildings in the city center.

As reported by, officials say the combined conservation zone would bring many benefits, including limiting the height of new buildings. However, the public has expressed concerns that not all neighborhoods in Nakhichevan are included in the security zone.

This means that ancient houses without protected status can be destroyed, and multi-storey buildings erected in their place. Urban defenders warn that valuable historical structures may be lost due to new buildings, posing a threat to the preservation of the authentic appearance of old Rostov.

Author Daniil Polonikov

Daniil Sergeevich Polonikov (December 19, 2003, Ivanovo) – student at the Higher School of Economics, freelance correspondent for Pravda.Ru.

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