The Museum of Defense of Sevastopol unites six iconic places, including Malakhov Hill, Sapun-Gora mountain and the St. Prince Vladimir Cathedral, where 13 Russian admirals were buried. What exhibits are exposed there and what they offer visitors – please find in our material.
Where in the Crimea to touch the corals, that are 180 million years old, to hear the sound of the most interesting languages of the planet, get acquainted with the history of the frigate − record holder of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, visit the house of the legendary sculptor and see the unique collection of the Black Sea ʻgifts’?
The peculiar healing climate and beauty of the Crimean Peninsula have been long attracting aristocrats and celebrities: they built palaces here and surrounded them with landscape parks. Today these estates are real adornment of Crimea, and we invite you to walk with us in the most beautiful and unusual castles and palaces.
During the second defense of Sevastopol (1941-1942), the Zheleznyakov armored train was a true legend. During 140 combat raids the train crew caused significant damage to the enemy forces. The Troitskiy Tunnel was its shelter from the enemy fire.
The Six Senses Japanese garden is comfortably placed on the territory of the five-star Mriya Resort & Spa Hotel. Guests of the traditional Japanese garden can enjoy a walk along waterfalls, ponds with golden carps and turtles, a rock garden, bridges, which are scattered over an area of 6 hectares.
The fountain is in the picturesque park of the Gurzufsky Health Resort. The sculpture in the Baroque style depicts a scene from Greek mythology. The central figure is Nyx (or Nox in Latin) − the goddess of the night with a torch of life up in her hand.