It was installed on the territory of the Yalta port, on the edge of the concrete pier. The current building was built in 1908. Prior to this, from 1874, there was a temporary port lighthouse at this place, which met ships with a red light.
Aquarel Dolphinarium is in Alushta, opposite the trolleybus ticket office. Dolphins named Hector and Ghena please both young and adult visitors with their acrobatic performances. Visitors will also be able to swim and play with the dolphins, pet the actors and take a photo with them as a keepsake, as well as undergo a dolphin therapy session.
Eupatoria Dolphinarium was set up in 1996. A new modern complex was opened in 2012. The Dolphinarium Hall is one of the most spacious in Crimea, its sitting capacity is 800 people. The dome of the building during the warm season remains open, providing air ventilation, and closed in winter, maintaining a comfortable temperature.
It has been working since 2013 in the historical part of Eupatoria. It is in the yard of the central children's library of the city. The rooms are decorated in the style of an old ship: there are rooms representing a treasury, a sailor's cabin and others.
The temple in the center of Sudak. It was founded in 1819 with the money raised by the parish and local landowners and built in ten years in the style of classicism. The church basement is in the shape of an equilateral Greek cross and there is a large hemispherical dome in the center.
Installed in the memory of the famous sea-scape painter Ivan Aivazovsky, a native of Theodosia. It was opened in 2004. The composition consists of the figure of a woman who holds a shell in her hand. Water flows from it into the bowl, from which it flows into the pool.
The winery was established in 1834. The area of vineyards is 240 hectares. Red and white grape varieties are grown here. The red grapes are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Cabernet Franc, and the white grapes are Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling. Guided tours and wine tastings are organized on the estate.
An unusual museum is located in the resort village of Shtormovoyeh in the west of Crimea. Here a unique collection of the Black Sea "gifts" has been collected: wreckages and wastes from the sea, processed by nature itself to artistic shapes and brought ashore by storms.
"theHARASHO" Actual Art Gallery is one of the most popular exhibition venues in Crimea. Over the years, the gallery has organized several hundreds of different expositions − photo art, painting, children's drawings, arts and crafts, small sculptural forms.