The first in Russia and the largest in Europe cultural and historical centre dedicated to the Viking era of the VIII-XI centuries, is located in the valley of the Red Caves.
Simferopol is one of the largest cities in Crimea and its administrative, economic and cultural centre. It stands in the very centre of the Crimean Peninsula in the Salgir River valley at the foot of the mountains.
Located on the lower plateau of the Chatyr-Dag mountain range, this cave is a popular tourist attraction.
This popular tourist attraction is located on the lower plateau of the Chatyr-Dag mountain range.
The world's only Crimean Tatar theatre, it opened in 1923.
The Ethnographic Museum was founded in 1992. Its collection has about 13,000 items and includes pieces of art and everyday objects created by Crimean peoples.
The museum collection includes over 100,000 items, including archaeological artefacts, coins, 18th-19th century drawings, photographs and documents.
The railway station opened in the 19th century, but the original buildings were destroyed during World War II.
The largest mosque in Crimea has been under construction since 2015 and is expected to be completed in 2019.
The Ilya Selvinsky Museum House (the literature and memorial department of the Taurida Central Museum) is the first literature museum in Simferopol.
Originally a wooden Greek church was founded on this site in 1796. Later it was dismantled, and Holy Trinity Cathedral was built in 1868 in classical architectural style.
The bust station was built in 1956.
The monument to Vladimir Lenin and the square of the same name were unveiled in 1967 to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1917 Revolution.
The station has a waiting hall, payment terminals, ATM, vending machines and a café.
The stone well in the Teshkli-Koba Cave, or Hole Cave, is the biggest attraction of the Tash-Dzhargan area.
The monument was unveiled on 11 June 2016.
The museum is located at the site of the former South Palace in the Scythian Neapolis, which was the largest fortress on the northern Black Sea coast from the 2nd century BC through the 3rd century AD.
The museum is located on the territory of the Holy Trinity Cathedral.
The museum opened in 2009.