Massandra Palace

Massandra Palace

Permanent Exhibition
Massandra Palace
The Museum-Palace of Alexander III in Massandra was created in 1992. Its first and second floors show a typical palace interior of the second half of the 19th century. Meanwhile, the halls of the third floor are occupied by permanent exhibitions.

The Massandra Palace was constructed in two stages: first, in 1881-1892, to a design by architect Étienne Bouchard, and then, in 1892-1902, to a design by Maximilan Messmacher.

The interior decoration of the palace features elements of different styles, such as neoromanesque, neogothic, baroque, rococo, and neoclassicism. Among the materials and techniques used to decorate the palace are: different types of wood carving, complex relief sculpting, majolica tiles, decorative wood panels painted with watercolors, and fireplaces embellished with marble carved mantels and their fireboxes lined with red and yellow copper.
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Palace-Museum of Alexander III in Massandra
298650, Republic of Crimea, Yalta, town. Massandra, Simferopol highway, 13
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