Information about Yalta, Crimea, Ukraine
Exposed to the sun, washed by gentle waves of the Black sea, sheltered
by the Crimean mountains from northern winds, Yalta is always full
of charm and attraction. Picturesque landscapes, unique monuments
of nature, history and architecture - all this is Yalta. Average
July temperature is +24C, while average February temperature is
about +4C. Here you will find beautiful summer palaces of Russian
imperial family surrounded by numerous parks, here grows sun kissed
grapes of which world-famous wines are produced. The vast Nikitin
botanical garden boasting more than 28000 varieties of plants is
situated quite close to Yalta. The town is famous for its Museums
of russian writes: A.P.Chekhov, N.Z.Biryukov. Yalta was known as
Dzhalita since 1145.
Seated in a natural vineyard-ringed amphitheater of mountains, Yalta
is a dramatically handsome resort on the southern tip of Crimea.
Yalta will always be a favored destination with its mild climate,
lush green landscape and rugged beaches. The ancient homeland of
the Scythians, the city gained fame as a choice 18th-century Russian
retreat. Treasures also remain from the 19th-century. Vorontsov
Palace, in a 100-acre park, is a remarkable piece of architecture
not to be missed. Edward Blore, one of the men who designed Buckingham
Palace, helped create the palace as an "English country house"
on the Black Sea coast. In 1945, Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin
met at Livadia Palace to decide the future of Europe. The meeting
became known as the Yalta conference and was probably one of the
20th Century's most important historical events.
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