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

White Marble Fountain with Tulips Flowerbed in the Fog

White Marble Fountain with Tulips Flowerbed in the Fog

View on the White Marble Fountain surrounded by blooming tulips flowerbed in the park in front of Livadia Palace in the fog. The area of Livadia park is known for its rich history, and the local amazing nature has always inspired artists and poets, writers and composers. Travelers from all over the world come here to admire the beautiful park surrounding the palace, breathe the clean and healing sea air.

Photo #145 taken on May 05, 2017

Album: Livadia Palace and Park

Categories: Architectural Landscapes

Tags: #Crimea #Livadia #Livadia Park #Russia #Yalta #fountains #architecture #Parks #nature #fog #tulips #flowerbed #marble fountain