Monday, December 28, 2009
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Livadia Palace is one of famous trade marks of Crimea. It has beautiful architecture and park, which is situated near palace. This palace was summer residence for russian emperor Alexander II and here Emperor Alexander III died.
In February 1945 the Yalta Conference took part in Livadia.
Here you can see one part of mountain-mass in Crimea called Demerdzhi. It is situated in south region of peninsula. The name "Demerdzhi" translated from Crimean Tatar language as "Blacksmith". Generally, this mountain-mass consist of conglomerates. As a result of constant weathering form mass fall little stones. this sound imitate hte work of Blacksmith.