The tomb of Ovid - the code name of ancient Greek tomb which modern archaeologists date not later than the IV century. BC. e. Found in the 1793-1794 years by the shore of the Dniester estuary by Russian soldiers (along with several other graves) during the construction of the Adzidersky moat of the fortress at a depth of about 10 feet (304.8 cm).
Adzhiderskaya (Ovidiopolska) fortress - is located on the left bank of the Dniester estuary, opposite from Ackermann. After the edict of the Empress Catherine II to join Ochakovo region (01/26/1792) F.P. de Volan developed the project and cost a plan of construction of the fortress
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From the early morning somehow everything went wrong. After a long work week we did not want to get up, the bag with device seemed unusually heavy and the car somehow did not start. Global road repairs along the way, detours, traffic police posts, very thick fog and drizzling rain made the focus on the road very serious.
Adzhider (Hadjider Gadzhider etc.; Turkic - the bitter Valley) - town and port based in the Ottoman Empire. First mentioned 10/13/1758, and then in the during 1764-1765 years as a port with warehouses of grain intended for import to Istanbul and the Crimea