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                  Воронцовський палац
                  Воронцовський палац
                  +380 (654) 72-22-81
                  +380 (654) 72-29-51
                  +380 (654) 72-10-30
                  Vorontsov Palace was built as a summer residence of the governor-general of the Novorossiysk Territory M. Vorontsov, designed by British architect E. Blor. Externally, the building resembles English castles, while maintaining the architectural elements of various eras. Unforgettable impression on visitors to Vorontsov Palace reserves stroll through magnificent parks, the device and the breakdown which led the German K. Kebakh. Park is designed as an amphitheater of two parts: upper and lower, separated by a coastal highway. A distinctive feature of the palace park is its naturalness that complements the natural landscapes, and not to distort them. At present, the palace received over 11 thousand exhibits, and the most valuable among them are paintings of Russian artists in 1919. and Western European masters 16 - 19 cc., a collection of Russian prints 18., suites of furniture made of Russian serfs and British masters.