Finished in 1787 this palace is huge. This palace was built specifically for the arrival of Catherine II on her famous trip to Crimea. Later it also hosted Alexander Suvorov.
It was built in the Neoclassicism Romantic Style that was popular at the time but you can also see some influence from Gothic, Classic and Oriental style in the building.
It was sold in the early 1800’s but then the seller decided to change his mind and to break the contract he started to disassemble the palace. The palace was reassembled in 1840 by another owner. In soviet times it was a camp for the Young Pioneers and today it is a recreation facility for children.