Swallow’s Nest Castle Design Crimea

Swallow’s Nest is a decorative castle built between 1911 and 1912on the Aurora Cliff, located near to the Yalta on the Crimean peninsula. The architectural design  was made by the Russian designer architect Leonid Sherwood. This awesome architecture raise up from the Black Sea to lightening the Aurora cliff. Swallow’s Nest castle is measuring only 20 m, long by 10 m, where the interior of the guest room is decorated with wooden panels. the castle has an foyer, a guest room, stairway to the tower, and two bedrooms on two different levels within the tower. Why Swallow’s Nest castle is so famous ? becouse was featured in several Soviet films.

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Fore many people this castle represent an important touristic point because its amazing architectural design with a strategic top cliff point construction that has an amazing landscape,  great sun-rising and nice breeze.Se also the relative post Peles Castle a beautiful architecture design  and Himeji Castle famous by it’s unique architecture

 

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