Castle Swallow’s Nest, Southern Ukraine
The little Gothic palace is set like a swallow’s nest on the steep Cape of Ai-Todornot cliffs distant from Yalta. It is one of Crimea’s finest famous spot. This stylish building is significant of the forts on the banks of the Rhine, and is believed to be one of the exciting historical and architectural tombstones on the peninsula. The castle was initially made by wooden. Strange name was given by its first holder. Rakhmanina is a Muscovite merchant’s spouse who possessed this section of land. Its present look, the Swallow’s Nest was indebted to the oil magnate Baron Steingel, who acquired the fort at the commencement of the 20th century and renovated it. The unique scheme was produced by gifted architect Leonid Sherwood.