Yekaterinburg is the fourth biggest Russian city by the number of residents. It combines business infrastructure with beautiful ancient sights and amazing nature. The border between Europe and Asia goes across the city. A majestic obelisk called Europe-Asia was built in Yekaterinburg in 2004 and soon became a popular spot for newlyweds. Sevastianov's House, one of the pearls of the city, is located right in its center. In the downtown one can also visit the monuments to The Beatles, Vysotsky, a keyboard, and the founder of the City. Numerous tourists walk up and down the bustling pedestrian Weiner Street. Yekaterinburg is a city of contrasts: its subway line is included into the Guinness Book of Records as the shortest in the world, and its skyscraper Vysoky (High) is the highest in Russia outside Moscow.