Colorful Tulips at Livadia Palace

Colorful Tulips at Livadia Palace

Angle view of white-stone Livadia Palace decorated with colorful bright red, white, vinous and yellow tulips at fountain areas in the springtime. The palace is a beautiful pearl and architectural monument of the Southern coast of Crimea located not far from Yalta city. It was the summer home of the last Russian Tsar, Nicholas II, built in 1911 by Russian architect N.P. Krasnov. In Livadia Palace held Yalta Conference of “Bif Three” in February 1945.
Location: Suburb of Yalta, Crimea, Russia

Photo #065 taken on May 05, 2017

Album: Livadia Palace and Park

Categories: Landscapes

Tags: #Crimea #Livadia #Livadia Palace #Russia #Yalta #architecture #park #residence #flowers #tulips #red tulips #gardens #Parks

Romanov’s Church at Livadia Palace Framed by Trees in a Foggy Day

Romanov's Church at Livadia Palace Framed by Trees in a Foggy Day

View from Livadia park on the home church of Romanov’s family with a small old style belfry at the side of their palace, the royal summer residence in Crimea, framed by trees in a foggy spring day. The Christian Orthodox Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross was constructed in 1864-66 by the project of Russian architect Ippolit Monighetti and connected with Livadia Palace.

Photo #084 taken on May 05, 2017

Album: Livadia Palace and Park

Categories: Architectural

Tags: #Crimea #Holy Cross Church #Livadia #Romanov’s Church #Russia #cathedrals #churches #home church #religion #Orthodox Churches #framed by trees #Livadia Palace #fog #Spring #foggy day #palaces #residence