Korlyakov Yuri Andreevich (1921-1981)


Cardboard, oil
Height: 50 cm
Length: 70 cm

Picture Khan's Palace in Bakhchisarai - the former residence of the Crimean khans. A historical and cultural monument of global significance, the only example of Crimean Tatar palace architecture in the world. The palace is part of the Bakhchisaray historical and cultural reserve. The palace premises house a museum of the history and culture of the Crimean Tatars, an art museum, and an exhibition of bladed weapons and firearms. The territory of the palace complex occupies 4.3 hectares. Previously, the area of the palace complex was 18 hectares.

The palace is located on the left bank of the Churuk-Su River. The palace complex includes the northern and southern gates, the Suite building, the palace square, the main building, the harem, the khan's kitchen and stables, the library building, the falcon tower, the khan's mosque, the Persian garden, the khan's cemetery, the tomb (turbe) of Dilyara Bikech, the Northern tombs and the Southern Turbe, the funerary rotunda, the Sary-Gyuzel bathhouse, an embankment with three bridges, gardens and park structures, the Catherine Mile and other objects.