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A major contributor to this phenomenon has been the proximity of the city to the nearby conflict in the Donbass.There were sultry days of brassy sun, but also cool evenings on the balconies facing the Don River, with the soft glow of charcoal in the samovar, with the ripe cherries crushed by your spoon against the bottom and sides of your glass of scalding tea.The winter is moderately cold, with an average February temperature of −3.1 °C (26.4 °F). The city's highest recorded temperature of 40.1 °C (104.2 °F) was reported on 1 August 2010.The lowest recorded temperature of −31.9 °C (−25.4 °F) occurred in January 1940. The mean annual precipitation is 643 millimeters (25.3 in), the average wind speed is 2.7 m/s, and the average air humidity is 72%.In 1749, a custom house was established on the Temernik River, a tributary of the Don, by edict of Empress Elizabeth, the daughter of Peter the Great, It was co-located with a fortress named for Dimitry of Rostov, a metropolitan bishop of the old northern town of Rostov the Great.Azov, a town closer to the Sea of Azov on the Don, gradually lost its commercial importance in the region to the new fortress.
Its length is 1,370 millimeters (54 in) and width, 850 millimeters (33 in).
In December 1996, Rostov-on-Don adopted a coat of arms, a flag and a mayoral decoration as the symbols of the town.
The first coat of arms of Rostov-on-Don was designed in 1811 and approved by the Tsar. One lasting oil painting of the coat-of-arms is kept in the regional local history museum but its accuracy and authenticity is uncertain.
Coal from the Donets Basin and iron ore from Krivoy Rog supported the establishment of an iron foundry in 1846.
In 1859, the production of pumps and steam boilers began.
In the Soviet years, the Bolsheviks demolished two of Rostov-on-Don's principal landmarks: St. The town was of strategic importance as a railway junction and a river port accessing the Caucasus, a region rich in oil and minerals.