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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

People take photo in front of the Swallow's Nest castle after the reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

A picture shows a view of the Swallow's Nest castle after the reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

From left to right, Chairman of the Crimean State Council Vladimir Konstantinov, Head of Russian Republic of Crimea Sergei Aksyonov and Culture Minister of the Republic of Crimea Arina Novoselskaya speak with press in front of the Swallow's Nest castle after the reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

Head of Russian Republic of Crimea Sergei Aksyonov and Culture Minister of the Republic of Crimea Arina Novoselskaya, right, are seen in front of the Swallow's Nest castle after the reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

Head of Russian Republic of Crimea Sergei Aksyonov attends the opening ceremony of the Swallow's Nest castle after the reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

From left to right, Head of Russian Republic of Crimea Sergei Aksyonov, Chairman of the Crimean State Council Vladimir Konstantinov and Culture Minister of the Republic of Crimea Arina Novoselskaya are seen on the balcony of the Swallow's Nest castle after its reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

Head of Russian Republic of Crimea Sergei Aksyonov and Culture Minister of the Republic of Crimea Arina Novoselskaya, right, are seen on the balcony of the Swallow's Nest castle after its reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

People play music in the Swallow's Nest castle after its reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

From left to right, Chairman of the Crimean State Council Vladimir Konstantinov, Culture Minister of the Republic of Crimea Arina Novoselskaya and Head of Russian Republic of Crimea Sergei Aksyonov cut the ribbon during the opening of the Swallow's Nest castle after its reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

A picture shows a view of the Swallow's Nest castle after the reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

A picture shows a view of the Swallow's Nest castle after the reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

A picture shows a view of the Swallow's Nest castle after the reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, outside Yalta, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

A picture shows a view of the Swallow's Nest castle after the reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, outside Yalta, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

A picture shows a view of the Swallow's Nest castle after the reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, outside Yalta, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

A picture shows a view of the Swallow's Nest castle after the reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, outside Yalta, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction
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Russia Crimea Swallow's Nest Reconstruction

A picture shows a view of the Swallow's Nest castle after the reconstruction on Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra, outside Yalta, Crimea, Russia. The Swallow's Nest castle, which has the status of a Federal cultural monument, has been completed. The "Swallow's Nest" palace castle is located on Cape Al-Todor's 40-meter Aurora rock. The neo-Gothic castle, with elements of Portuguese and Manueline architecture, was built in 1912 for the oil mogul, Steingel.

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