Alupkinsky Palace

Alupkinsky Palace Livadia Palace

Alupkinsky Palace


the palace
built in 1828 - 1846 by English architects
for the English educated


Count Mikhail Vorontsov


located on the Black Sea coast


the central entrance


looking toward the green house room



the green house


the palm tree garden


Scottish castle influence


Catherine the Great, looking down on the great hall


a fountain


a fireplace


balcony for the orchestra


an elaborate closet


the formal room

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