The palace is a beautiful pearl and architectural monument of the Southern coast of Crimea located not far from Yalta city. It was the summer home of the last Russian Tsar, Nicholas II, built in 1911 by Russian architect N.P. Krasnov.
Livadia Palace became even more famously setting for the Yalta Conference, held between February 4 and 11, 1945, where the heads of government of the Soviet Union Joseph Stalin, the United Kingdom Winston Churchill and of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt met to decide the fate of Europe after the defeat of the Nazi Germany.
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