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                  Масандрівський палац імператора Олександра III
                  Масандрівський палац імператора Олександра III
                  +380 (654) 23-53-47
                  +380 (654) 23-28-25
                  The palace of Emperor Alexander III in the Renaissance style decorated wooded hillside near Yalta in Yalta. Construction was started in 1881, commissioned by the heir to the governor of Novorossiisk - Prince Vorontsov. Designed by architect M. Bushar building with a square and two round towers, peaked roofs, attics and semi-circular front staircase reminiscent of French chateaux of the Renaissance. After Massandra in 1889 became the property of Emperor Alexander III, has completed construction of Prof. Mesmakher. The palace acquired traits of the early Baroque - a style of Louis 13. The rich interiors were used elements from different styles: Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Rococo, Classicism. In Soviet times it was used as a sanatorium, then as gosdachi. Now it is Massandra Museum of Alexander III.