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A Glimpse of Yalta

A Glimpse of Yalta
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Price: $96.00
Model: YAL(5)
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Duration: approx. 5 hours

July 11, 2012 - Tour-Code: YAL(5)

US$96.00/person    ** Yalta, Ukraine

Begin your tour with a short drive to Cathedral. Alexander Nevsky  Cathedral is situated at the opening of Kirov street in Yalta, resembles old Russian churches of the seventeenth century due to the grouping of its domes and rich decorative attire. The church was built in the late XIX century - early XX century according design of architect Krasnov.

The former summer mansion of wealthy Russian Count Vorontsov, this spectacular palace is located in the town of Alupka, Ukraine, and situated at the foot of the Crimean Mountains. Used by Winston Churchill and the British delegates during the 1945 Yalta Conference, the palace now serves as an outstanding architectural monument and art museum. Built primarily in the 16th-century English Tudor style with Eastern and Gothic influences, the museum is home to a splendid collection of exquisite original furnishings, marble sculptures and artwork. Following your guided tour of the palace, take a brief stroll in the stunning gardens surrounding the palace.

On your en route to Livadia Palace make a photo stop at Swallow’s Nest observation platform. It looks like a medieval castle with bastions and battlements, perching courageously at the very edge of the 40-metres high Aurora cliff of Cape Ai-Todor. Built to the design of architect Sherwood in 1912 it has become a true symbol of the Crimea.

Conclude your tour with visit to Livadia. The Livadia Palace is well known as the site of the Yalta Conference, 1945 and the very place where Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin outlined the future of the postwar Europe and adopted the guidelines for the foundation of the United Nations. During the guided visit of the palace you will see the restored White Hall of the conference, which is remarkable for its size and refined gorgeous molding of the ceiling, the Czar's Gala Study and the Headquarters of the USA President Franklin D. Roosevelt during the conference.
Return to port. during the conference.   Return to port.

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