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Train "Tavria"
“Along the illuminated streets you will walk the two millennia-long road. Everyone will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the life of ancient Chersonesos, decorated with marble columns, and medieval Cherson, which became one

of the strongholds of Christianity. The walls of Byzantine temples were decorated with frescoes, multi-colored smalt mosaics played with bright colors in the light, and the floors, paved with the fine Prokonesse marble slabs, were polished by feet of numerous pilgrims,” the museum guide explained.

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View of Yalta
Guides will tell visitors why the ancient city was considered impregnable, and at the place of baptism of Grand Duke Vladimir they will tell about the Christian faith of the inhabitants of the long gone medieval states.

At the end of the tour, guests will enjoy a unique multimedia performance projected directly onto the ancient defensive walls, which serve in the dark as a huge natural screen. The film shows how closely the past and present are connected.

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View of the Church of John the Baptist
Night tours will be held by appointment and on certain days, namely: 3, 5, 8, 9, 14, 15, 20, 22, 27, 30 June. Start at 21.30, duration − an hour and a half.

The Museum address: Sevastopol, 1 Drevnyaya St.