Should I move from Nizhny Tagil to Rostov-on-Don?
I want to move to Rostov-on-Don, but I am afraid that I will not get a job normally. I don’t want to go to neighboring Ekaterinburg, I’m tired of the climate, I don’t want to live as much as the winter is 7 months a year. I don’t consider other cities, as they are either cold, or very poor, or similar to the climate of the Urals, I don’t want to conquer the capital. I already want to live in one city and develop, and not rush from place to place. Rostov-on-Don chose according to important criteria for me: a long, VERY hot summer and a short winter: the population of the city is> 1 million inhabitants. I do not want to remain in my provincial Tagil, and in any case I have to make a choice.
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Answered on April 11, 2017 10:52
It's a personal matter, to each his own, to someone more and the northern climate is like. Study different sources, look at the reviews of different people who live in the city and those who ride here at least on business trips. Here, for example, about summer it is written like this: “Summer in Rostov is a real southern one. The population of the southern capital suffers from intense heat, the temperature outside reaches +40.The stone - concrete city warms up and does not give off heat even at night (even in the dark the thermometer does not fall below 26). Despite the large number of parks and public gardens it is not possible to escape from the heat in them - the hot air sneaks under the crowns and into the shade.