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. Plan your Livadia Palace and Park Museum-Reserve visit and explore what else you can see and do in Livadiya using our Livadiya journey maker site .
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  • Everyone who owns or wants to know the history and the Romanovs in Crimea and Yalta Conference must have. I personally, my eyes were filled with tears immediately when we come to the Palace. Stand in the queue for a short time, the group every 20 minutes, yes a lot of people, and small halls of overcrowded or difficult to make photos without extraneous, but the tour is worth it (on the front), since there was a revolution and Stalin's dacha (which he rarely visited) and sanatorium, BUT sanatroij practically not changed the Interior and very carefully treated to the heritage of the Romanovs. So clearly advise
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  • Beautiful, one of the most famous work of n. krasnov. Bright, spacious enough, and at the same time cozy Palace. An interesting excursion dedicated to the events related to the Palace of the family of Nicholas II, the Yalta Conference of the troika of the winners. Each room, hallway literally impregnated with history
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  • Only a very beautiful park and a small Orthodox Church. House Church of the exaltation of the Romanov family was built in 1863 by the project Monighetti. Here the funeral of Alexander III. oath of allegiance to the fatherland, Nicholas II. adopted pravoslavin Princess Alice of Hesse, Empress Alexandra named Fjodorovnoj. This is all the rest in the Palace had never recalled the glorious history of Russia and the USSR. is that a ceretelevskaja casting 3 pillars of world history and the greatest politicians of the 20th century. resulted in the order of the Park and ... but inside this year's Wax Museum. turned out completely first.
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  • The last palace built for the Romanovs, used by the allies during WW2 for the Yalta conference where Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt divided up Europe and began the cold war.
  • A very beautiful and interesting place. Everybody who visits Crimea should visit this place
  • Beautiful scenery and palace, must visit if you're traveling in Ukraine
  • Livadia Palace keeps the remarkable signs of different periods: from the tsar residence, as a place of international meetings, as a contemptuous sanatorium and for now as a palace-museum
  • One of the most beautiful palaces in Crimea.

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