Swallow's Nest in Yalta

Yalta Swallow's Nest, photo and description of the Swallow nests, historical facts about the Swallow's Nest, tours to the Swallow's Nest, the main attraction of the Crimea

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Swallows Nest Castle

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Swallow's Nest in Yalta

 Swallow's Nest was built in 1912 by architect A. Sherwood, the son of renowned architect VO Sherwood, creator of the building of the Historical Museum on Red Square in Moscow. Swallow's Nest - a symbol of the Crimean peninsula, shown in millions of photographs and postcards. Swallow's nest is decorated with steep slopes Avroryanoy cliffs of Cape Ai-Todor. Despite the apparent fragility and instability, this building, a medieval castle, survived 6.7 magnitude earthquake in 1927.

 Reliable pier below the bay allows local traffic to moor the ship, even in 4-tenths storm. Around - a park, but there are two of the sanatorium: "Pearl" and "Sail".

 For Lastochkino jack stands Ai Todorsky Lighthouse, founded in 1835 by the Black Sea Fleet Commander Vice Admiral MP Lazarev and sung in the lyrical poems of many poets. But even before that Ai-Todor as a geographical landmark appears on the oldest known science of the Italian manuscript maps - portolane Genoese Visconti in 1318, and then inevitably inflict on most maps XV-XVI centuries.

 The romantic look of the building and the unique history is not just inspired the creators to create works of art. It is in the Swallow's Nest filmed many episodes of the popular films: "Amphibian Man" and "Ten Little Indians".

 Currently the palace is a restaurant, which can be reached at taxi or by boat. Wharf in the bay is such that even a 4-point rating storm here can be moored boats.

 

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