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Novorossiysk is a hero city, located right on the coast of the warm Black Sea.
The city is relatively small; its population for the current 2018 year is 280 thousand. There is no beauty of the city for its indigenous inhabitants-Novorossiysk. Largely, the soft, subtropical climate testifies to this opinion. In addition to the sea, the city is directly adjacent to the Markotkh mountain range, a majestic and impressive education.
It is thanks to the Markotkh ridge that the city is tested for strength several times a year (usually in the autumn and winter seasons) by the strongest northeast wind, also called Bora (from the Greek word Borey-the northern cold wind).
Sometimes this extremely strong wind breaks down trees, demolishes various small architectural forms and damages the urban infrastructure.
In addition, at the end of summer and the beginning of autumn, very often water tornadoes form over the sea. It happens that they go out to the land, also producing all kinds of destruction in the coastal zone. Fortunately, such outlets are extremely rare, and most of the tornadoes are a formidable, frightening sight, but quite safe.
Despite all these not very desirable natural phenomena, Novorossiysk is exceptionally rich in its flora, many of which, alas, is already listed in the Red Book due to the destructive influence of human activity on their habitat.
Among the indigenous representatives of the world of plants of the city of Novorossiysk, I would especially like to note the beautiful orchids whose flowers are remarkably reminiscent of insects. Despite the fact that the islands are listed in the Red Book, they can still be found right in the center of the city-the Yuzhny park, which is quite abandoned for the time being but promising to become one of the most beautiful places in Novorossiysk in the near future. A lot of yellow mallows blossom near the memorial Small Earth.
In the forest belt near the city you can find orchids marsh and beautiful, but the poisonous cedar wood shady, and right on the Black Sea coast, nose to nose, encounter bee-keeping, and vegetable orchids
In addition to the Ophrys, another red-book flower is growing in the vicinity of the city-the white whiting, whose inflorescence is very similar to the bells, and the rare Pallas gypsum is not found anywhere else in the region.
A swamp dandelion, another endangered flower, is found everywhere in the spring in the city.
And almost all the flower beds of the city are planted with beautiful and fragrant roses! Lenin's avenue is simply replete with these not rare, but so attractive flowers!