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Sights and Tourist Attractions in Bakhchisaray

Bakhchisaray Palace
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The only existing sample of the Tartar palace architecture, Khan Palace in Bakhchisaray steadily attracts Crimea visitors. The Palace was founded in 1532 as a patrimonial residence of Tartar sovereigns. And starting from then, during next two and a half hundred years, each Crimean Khanate ruler cont
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Chufut Kale
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Chufut-Kale is the best preserved cave town in the Crimea. It is located on a plateau at 200-meter height above the surrounding valleys and bordered with 50-meter steep cliffs. One still can see defense towers, walls, gates, narrow streets and residential estate consisting of two buildings, Karaite
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Uspensky Monastery
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Golden-domed Uspensky Monastery stands out on the rocks with its white walls and beautiful frescoes. Broad, carved in cliffs, staircase leads to this magnificent temple. Scenic surroundings of the Mariam-Dere gorge add exquisite charm to the Churches and Monastery. There are plenty of legends about
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Karaim Graveyard
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A small valley nearby the Chufut Kale Cave Town has been serving a cemetery for the Karaite people starting from the 13th century. Biblical name of Josaphat has replaced the old one of Balta-Tiymez, which meant “untouchable by ax” and referred to oak trees which were sacred for Karaites and abun
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