Spatial structure of Rostov agglomeration

Published: 2 July 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/dtb5y4724g.1
Andrey Mikhaylov,
Anna Mikhaylova,
Dmitry Hvaley,
Angelina Plotnikova


We share data on the spatial structure of Rostov agglomeration, which is the administrative center of the Southern federal district and is in the top-ten largest cities of Russia.


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Rostov agglomeration is analyzed using a set of indicators, including the number of retail and catering facilities; public catering facilities (number of sitting places); the number of dwellings; price of housing (thousand rubles per sq.m); hard surface public roads of local importance (km per sq. km); intraregional migration (people); population per municipality (thousand people); municipality size (; population density (people per; urban population share (%). All municipalities of the urban agglomeration of classified by their localization and integrity with the agglomeration core. A map of multiple borders of the Rostov agglomeration is given, drawn based on different research methodologies.


Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University


Geography, Coastal Geography, Urban Geography, Russia, City, Agglomeration, Urbanization