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Yeysk is a resort city of the Azov seacoast of Russia, the fifth population-largest city of the Krasnodar Territory, and the administrative center of Yeysk District. It has been a seaport since its very foundation.

The resident population of Yeysk is 87.3 thousand persons, whereas that of municipality as a whole makes 97.1 people (as of April 1, 2011).

The city stands at the beginning of Yeysk Spit, between the Taganrog Gulf and Yeysk Estuary of the Sea of Azov. The city is named after River Eya running into Yeysk Estuary.

The total area of Yeysk is 143

The swimming season in Yeysk lasts from May to September.


The central districts of Yeysk have rectangular planning generally. There are lots of green plantations and three parks in town.

One-storeyed individual brick houses prevail in quite narrow shady streets of Yeysk. In the eastern part of Yeysk there are residential districts of multi-storeyed houses (built in the 1960-90s). In the outskirts of the city there are lots of gardens. The Yeysk Spit within the city area abounds with sandy beaches.

The city has a museum of local lore.

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