Crimea

Palaces & Fortress

A combination of styles, epochs, and cultures. On one hand, the Black sea merges with the horizon, and on the other – rises the crown of Crimeas mountain AI-Petri… Read More

On one of the highest rocks of the southern coast of the Crimean Peninsula, there is an incredible medieval castle called Swallow’s Nest. Harmoniously fitting into the surrounding mountain… Read More

In 1828, the Alupkin estate of count M. S. Vorontsov included the estate of Massandra, which occupied the territory from the sea coast to the mountain ranges. An English Park was… Read More

A piece of Italy in Crimea, the picturesque Livadia Palace a place where the future of present day World was written, the summer residence of the Royal family, the center of Russia’s foreign policy life… Read More

The old manor of the Prince Yusupov is located in the resort town of Koreiz on the southern coast of Crimea. This building is in an elegant neo-Romanesque style with elements of the Italian Renaissance… Read More

Dacha or manor Stamboli in Feodosia — one of the pearls of the Crimea. A romantic mansion built in 1914 on a hill above the sea in 1914 was built by the millionaire tobacco magnat… Read More

In Alushta, in one of the most beautiful corners of the Crimea, there is a historical Museum-the estate of A. N. Beketov. The original building, with elements of Moorish style… Read More

The settlement dates back to the 6th century. Its defensive wall was built no earlier than the 10th century. Fortification and cave monastery appear in the 18th-19th centuries… Read More

A historical citadel of Crimea. On the top of the mountain, near the town of Sudak, there is a Genoese fortress. In the middle ages, it served as a stronghold for colonizers of the Northern black sea region.… Read More

The Palace of the Emir of Bukhara in Yalta is a building that is one of the most popular historical monuments of the Republic of Crimea. The Palace is an architectural heritage of the 19th century… Read More

The estate of Grand Duke Peter Nikolaevich Romanov, the grandson of Nicholas the First. A magnificent, beautiful Moorish-style Palace, very well preserved to this day, welcomes tourists in Koreiz… Read More

Unique historical site and a legendary cave fortress cityA is considered one of its main attractions along with the Khan’s Palace. In ancient times, it was called Kyrk-Or, which means “forty fortresses”… Read More

The Kutlak (Bospor) fortress of the second half of the First Century BC is the oldest preserved fortification on the entire coast. The fortress is located near the village of Veseloe in Crimea. … Read More

The Khan’s Palace in Bakhchisaray is one of the most striking sights of the Crimea, the only surviving residence of the Crimean Tatar rulers. The total area of the Palace territory exceeds 4 hectares… Read More

Largest cave monastery in Crimea. It is located in the picturesque Kara-Kobin valley. Chelter-Marmara means “marble lattice”. The same name was once given to a medieval village… Read More