Reading list | The Yalta Riviera

Perched between the steep Crimean mountains and the sea, with a sub-tropical microclimate that has made it a resort for 200 years, Yalta offers people-watching, chair-lifts, red onions, green figs, the Aleksandr Nevsky Cathedral and Chekhov’s house-museum. Just outside the town is the Great Livadia Palace, built for Emperor Nicholas II and the location of the Yalta Conference in 1945.
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