Sudak. Situated on the shore of Sudak Bay this city is known from the 2 nd-3 rd centuries. In the course of its existence it belonged to the Alanians, Byzantines, Russians, Tatars… During the Genoese rule (1365-1475) the fortifications built by Byzantines in the9th-10th centuries were renovated and materially improved. Now the Genoese fortress is the main historical memorial of Sudak, which is annually visited by thousands of tourists. The formidable towers, strong gates, high walls, temples, the Consular castle, powder-magazines, and the unassailable Watch tower are the relics attracting all visitors to the Crimea. Several hours spent in the reserve will be engraved on your memory for a long time. Sudak’s other sights have a more modest appearance. They include the Intercession Church (1819, 27 Lenin St.), the Lutheran Church (1880 s), old buildings of the former German colony (vil. Uiutne, Prvmorska St.).