Тhe Swallow’s Nest, a symbol of Crimea which was built in 1912, will reopen for tourists after restoration in January 2021. The palace was closed more than a year ago for a renovation which cost
RUB 87.5 million ($1.2 million) and funded under the federal Crimea development program. Renovations include the facade with its decorative elements, the building’s interiors, landscape lighting and railings, doors and windows, roofing, pipes, and fireplaces, as well as the installation of granite flooring. Special efforts were made to strengthen the foundation and the rock on which the palace is built and to improve the landscape design.

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