Livadia Palace and Park Museum-Reserve, Livadiya

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Tour Livadia Palace and Park Museum-Reserve, the Neo-Renaissance summer home of the last Russian tsar Nicholas II and his family. Used occasionally for holding key conferences, the building also showcases a room used by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Observe the palace's sparkling white facade, created from Crimean granite, and notice its Tuscany marble arched portico. You can walk through some of the 116 rooms, including the study carved of maple wood--reportedly one of the tsar's favorite spots. Once you exit to the patio, you'll see Arabic and Italian styles. Be sure to visit the Neo-Byzantine church from 1866, also on the grounds. Our Livadiya trip itinerary builder makes visiting Livadia Palace and Park Museum-Reserve and other Livadiya attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The lightness of the architecture of the Palace courtyards of different purpose and balconies, open crossings on the second floor with a wonderful sea view have a contemplative-otdyhatel'nomu mood. Interior wooden window design in the room of Empress so harmoniously with the walls, which causes additional excitement and applause to the creator. The internal state of the Palace were in December 2016, would like to see a better version ...
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  • Livadiya was back in 2004, the year in Livadia. Palace of extraordinary beauty, view from the sea. Be sure to visit
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  • Cons: the excursion goes very quickly, no one has time to ask questions. The focus is on two stories-family life of the Emperor and Government meeting. And me, oddly interested in architecture. So I had to ask questions, because about very little architect krasnov told, even though he had designed the building and the furniture. Toilet was closed. Like in a fairy tale-perforated 16-0000 and everything, where to run to the toilet-not clear. For the lack of toilets are always lower rated, it's relevant to visitors. Nobody said that on the other side of the building is the temple! And a large gift shop. All of this I found while looking for a toilet. Little shows rooms on trips, you can see that building a great and passed about half, sorry. Pros: Great building. Beautiful, bright, light, spacious enough. From the architect krasnov I thrilled as he just managed to do in Crimea! And what kind of technical equipment of buildings for that period! Great Park, unfortunately there was little time to see everything. Wonderful air. Liked the gift shop, there is a great choice.
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  • Beautiful palace. Great place to visit where the Yalta Conference was held.
  • Great place to visit. Full of history. Amazing views. We visited on a trip from a cruise ship calling in Yalta.
  • Amazing historic place. A must see for any one planning a trip to Yalta
  • Фантастические места!
  • Of the advantages of the Crimean places bit better preserved façade and Park (compared to other Crimean historical monuments), the slightly smaller gift and shops, cheburek restaurants but still manage to even in the Palace to sell souvenirs. But in more gives the impression of rest homes for farmers (which he was after the Revolution) than South of the residence of Russian Emperor. For myself I realized that in the Crimea there is only nature, air and sea, historical monuments, better look at pictures and read about them in books. In this regard, it is very sad, everything is in a State of disrepair. Yes and natural scenery everywhere have ispohabit' terrible and unthinkable concrete and metal. Rusty grates-range! You can hardly make a good photograph without grilles in the frame ...
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