Watch the churches and golden fields float by to a Russian folk melody
There's something mesmerizing about this ancient, quiet Russian town, Rostov the Great (scroll down for pictures).
Rostov the Great is 202 kilometres (126 mi) northeast of Moscow.It was first mentioned in historical records in 862, and while there are two Rostovs in Russia (the other one being Rostov-on-Don), this one is heralded 'The Great,' because, though smaller, it is older and more venerated for its epic Kremlin.
Watch the churches and golden fields float by to a Russian folk melody in this incredible footage captured by Russia Beyond:
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