Crimean landmark castle "Swallow's Nest" is located on a cliff Aurora, not far from Yalta, directly over the precipice into the sea. In its present form, the castle was built by Vsevolod Sherwood in 1912. Vsevolod Sergeevich - the grandson of the famous Russian architect, sculptor and painter Vladimir Sherwood, and the contract to build it was by accident when he was a honeymoon trip.
Near the so-called Castle of Love you can see a lot of white-winged gulls and swallows. And leaning over the balcony and looked down, there is a feeling of flying, and it seems that you are about to turn into a bird and fly up up to the bright sun on the horizon. Perhaps that is why the castle is located right on the cliff of Cape Ai-Todor derives its name "Swallow's Nest", and became the most striking symbol of the Crimea. Since then, every tourist who visited Crimea, comes to the castle to lean over the balcony and feel like a swallow, hovering in the sky.