A very interesting abandoned Palace that is well worth the visit. Be warned though while the last 100 meters of road to get here is a little rough once you are here the whole area smells badly like a toilet….
The palace itself was built in 1845 while the interior is completely gone the walls are still standing to give you an idea of the grandeur this palace would have had in its prime. Originally there was a fountain in front of the palace along with many different exotic trees.
Another interesting story connects the palace with Sigmund Freud. One of the people who lived there Sergey Pankeeva began seeing terrible things in his mind when he was a child. Alarmed his parents took him to a specialist, Sigmund Freud, who studied the child and wrote a book about it that is still read by psychologists to this day.