Yeysk is a resort town and seaport in Krasnodar region. The town named after Yeya River. It is based on August 19, 1848.
Yeysk is the most northern town of Krasnodar region.
Yeysk has perpendicular streets planning; it’s beholden to prince Vorontsov, the founder of the town, for it.
Yeysk has over 300 monuments of architecture. The historical part of the town is presented by the buildings constructed in the 19th century. It’s mostly merchant houses, each of which is unique. Almost all of these mansions belong to Pseudo-Russian style. There are also buildings constructed in Soviet and Post-Soviet period.
The so called Yeysk Arbat is located in the center of the town; the local artists have taken fancy to this place. The Gostiny dvor constructed here in 1854 is a unique construction in the south of Russia.