The summer residence of Russian emperors built in the late 19th century to the design of architect Nikolai Krasnov. The palace had a museum devoted to the royal family for five years after the 1917 revolution. Later it was converted into a health resort. In 1945, the Livadia Palace hosted the Yalta Conference. In 1993, the palace received a museum status. At present, the palace is a world famous landmark of history and culture and hosts international conferences and forums.
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