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Sights and Tourist Attractions in Bakhchisaray

Bakhchisaray Palace
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The only existing sample of the Tartar palace architecture, Khan Palace in Bakhchisaray steadily attracts Crimea visitors. The Palace was founded in 1532 as a patrimonial residence of Tartar sovereigns. And starting from then, during next two and a half hundred years, each Crimean Khanate ruler cont
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Chufut Kale
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Chufut-Kale is the best preserved cave town in the Crimea. It is located on a plateau at 200-meter height above the surrounding valleys and bordered with 50-meter steep cliffs. One still can see defense towers, walls, gates, narrow streets and residential estate consisting of two buildings, Karaite
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Uspensky Monastery
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Golden-domed Uspensky Monastery stands out on the rocks with its white walls and beautiful frescoes. Broad, carved in cliffs, staircase leads to this magnificent temple. Scenic surroundings of the Mariam-Dere gorge add exquisite charm to the Churches and Monastery. There are plenty of legends about
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Karaim Graveyard
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A small valley nearby the Chufut Kale Cave Town has been serving a cemetery for the Karaite people starting from the 13th century. Biblical name of Josaphat has replaced the old one of Balta-Tiymez, which meant “untouchable by ax” and referred to oak trees which were sacred for Karaites and abun
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Dear Oksana, back home I would like to inform you that we enjoyed our stay at the Kiev appartment and that service of your office with regard to the night trains proved to be effective. We hope to return to the Ukraine and to visit its western provinces and towns such as Lviv.

Thank you and best wishes for the forthcoming season

JAN, the Netherlands

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