Palace Princess Gagarіna, Utes

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  • August 14, 2017
    The Palace, built with love. And what could be more beautiful than love? Say, between husband and wife: Princess Anastasia Davidovnoj Gagarina (née Princess Orbeliani Tacos) and Prince Alexander Gagarin, served as aide-de-camp to the Governor of Kutaisi, was a significant difference in the age (over 20 years). Once married, took her husband's surname, Tacos and changed the name. Prince Gagarin promised his young beauty-wife that very soon they will move to his estate in Crimea-Kuchuk-Lambat, and there will be built new luxury Palace. These dreams do not come true. Prince Alexander was assassinated three years later after the wedding. Princess Gagarina soon moved to Crimea, led indoor lifestyle. She kept her love through life and began the construction of the Palace was already on the slope of the years, embodying the dream husband Alexander Ivanovich. For the construction of the Castle-Palace was invited by the famous architect Yalta Nikolay Krasnov. Was selected picturesque place near Cape Plaka and developed a unique project. In 1907 the Palace of Princess Gagarina was finished. But Anastasia Davidovne and happen to live in the castle of your dreams. The Princess died almost immediately after the construction of the Palace. Palace of Princess Gagarina is located in the southeastern part of the peninsula. It is located in 15 km southwest of Alushta, in the resort village of Rock. Pass on its territory could be for 100 rubles, and admire the stunning views from Cape Plaka.
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  • August 9, 2017
    Palace of Princess Gagarina is located in the former Manor-Kuchuk-Lambat. This is one of the most picturesque places of the southern coast of Crimea. The history of this place is connected with many bright personalities: creator of this manor, the Civil Governor of Tauris in 1807-1816, Lieutenant General, Senator Andrei Mikhailovich Am; his daughter Maria, lover of the Decembrist Joseph Poggio collaborator of m. s. Vorontsov, Prince Alexander Ivanovich Gagarin, and finally, the second wife of Gagarin, the Georgian Princess Anastasia (Taso) Gagarin (Orbeliani). In the year 1857 Alexander Ivanovich Gagarin, as military Governor of Kutaisi, during the conflict, was fatally wounded by Prince Constantine svanskim Dedeshkiliani. Death of a spouse, which suffered heavily Anastasia E-mail a few days after his death went to Crimea, where they settled in the estate of Prince of kuchuk-Lambate. In Crimea, Princess Gagarina lived most of his life. She led a vicious lifestyle, did not go into the light, but at the same time engaged in charity and help those in need. Anastasia Kameneva never married and lived all my life completely alone. In the year 1902, noting his own 70th birthday, in memory of hotly favourite husband Princess decided to realize the dream of all of his youth and began the construction of the Palace, dreamt and Prince Gagarin. For the design of the Palace, the Alexander Nevsky Church, brownie, wine cellars and surveillance was invited by Nikolay Petrovich Krasnov, a famous architect from Yalta (on his project and built the Livadia Palace). Construction proceeded fairly quickly. Materials were imported mainly from abroad: ceramic facing tile and marble for stairs from Italy, Venetian glass-tile from France — from Germany. Stonemasons, carpenters, joiners, oblicovshhiki were brought from different regions of Russia. The Palace has the motives of modernized Dre ...
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  • August 1, 2017
    Once you look at the Castle crypt Church-but nothing more interesting. The beach does not enter if you are not a vacationer. Passage through the territory of 50 rubles per day.
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