Достопримечательности. Евпатория

В городе Евпатории принято уважительно относиться и к собственной, и к чужой религии - здесь мирно соседствуют мечеть Джума-Джами, синагога Егия-Капай, собор Святого Николая Чудотворца, караимские кенасы и армянская церковь.

Множество зданий и улиц города заслуживают пытливого взгляда и пристального внимания - Гимназия имени И. Сельвинского, театр им. А.С. Пушкина, набережная имени Горького, улочки "старого города", театральная площадь. В городе много интересных памятников - Гераклу на Набережной, Памятник С. Дувану, памятник Ашик Умеру, памятник Герою Советского союза генерал-майору Николаю Токареву и множество других интересных объектов. Одно из самых красивых зданий - городского Краеведческого музея.

Евпатория славится своими оригинальными музеями - музей почты, музей аптеки, Крепостные ворота Гезлева. И только в Евпатории еще существуют турецкие бани, со времен средневековья не прекращавшие свою деятельность. 

Памятники архитектуры

Гимназия имени И. Сельвинского
Библиотека имени А.С. Пушкина
Памятник архитектуры – комплекс "Текие дервишей"
Театр им. А.С. Пушкина
Дом Семена Эзровича Дувана
Турецкая средневековая баня
Храмы и монастыри

Мечеть Джума-Джами
Караимские кенасы
Церковь святого пророка Илии
Текие дервишей
Армянская церковь
Синагога Егия-Капай

Собор Святого Николая Чудотворца
Къаал – храм крымчаков
Монументы и памятники

Памятник С. Дувану
Памятник Ашук Омер
Мемориальная доска А. Ахматовой,
Памятник Н.А. Токареву,
Суворовский редут
Памятник морякам-десантникам.
Археологические памятники

Раскопки античной Керкинитиды
Греко-скифское городище "Чайка"
Бульвары и улицы города

Театральная площадь

Городской краеведческий музей
Крепостные ворота Гезлева
Евпаторийский этнографический музей крымских караимов
Музей почты
Музей аптеки

Евпаторийский маяк


Достопримечательности Заозерное
Достопримечательности Мирный
Достопримечательности Новоозерное
Достопримечательности Поповка
Достопримечательности Штормовое

Достопримечательности Крыма


  • Armenian Church of Saint Nicholas
  • Armenian church is a beautiful religious building that is now considered a monument of architecture. It was constructed in 1885 by the Armenian community of Eupatoria. The church of Saint Nicholas (Surb-Nikogaios in Armenian) is built as a basilica with semicircular apse in the eastern wall. The main difference of this church from other religious buildings is its mixture of architectural styles.

  • Church of St. Elijah the Prophet
  • The church of St. Elijah the Prophet is an operating Orthodox church designed by A.L. Genrikh (Eupatoria city architect) after a Byzantine model. It was sanctified in 1918. The building of this church is a monument of architecture protected by the state. It is located in the city quay and is always shown in the popular guided tour «Minor Jerusalem».

  • Dervish Tekke
  • There is an interesting religious structure in Eupatoria. It used to be the monastery for wandering Muslim ascetics, or dervish tekke. Here the dervishes danced their ritual dances, rising above the secular thoughts and becoming closer to God. The monument includes three structures built at different times: the coffee shop of 19th century, Shukurla-Efendi mosque and the tekke building.

  • Egiya-Kapay Synagogue
  • Egiya-Kapay synagogue (Jewish prayer house) is also known as Remeslennaya (Craftsmen’s) synagogue, since it was the local craftsmen who donated the money to build it. It now belongs to the Progressive Judaism community of more than 100 believers. The synagogue is also open for tourists.

  • Eupatoria Museum of Local History
  • There is an unusual eye-catching building in the Duvanovskaya str. It used to be the mansion of Yu.M. Gelelovich, a local tradesman; it was built in 1912 in the Mauritanian style. Now it houses the Museum of local history that collects various items related to development of Eupatoria, military operations in its vicinity and objects found in the excavation sites.

  • Gezlev Fortress Gate
  • «Odun-bazar Kapusy» (Wood Market Gate) used to be the main gate of the medieval fortress of Gezlev. This gate was built in the end of the 15th century and remained in its place for over four hundred years, surviving the sieges by Zaporizhzhya Cossacks and wars between Russia and Turkey. It hosts the café-museum of Crimean Tatar cuisine bearing the same name.

  • Gorky Embankment in Eupatoria
  • The Gorky quay in the resort city of Eupatoria is a very beautiful place that attracts both tourists and residents of Eupatoria. Here you will find refined antique architecture, modern entertainment, and wonderful view over the sea. Three rotundas are the symbol of the quay.

  • Juma-Jami Mosque
  • Juma-Jami (Cuma Cami) or Khan-Jami mosque in Eupatoria is a Friday mosque for communal prayers. It is located close to the Karayev park, towering above the neighboring buildings. It can be seen from far in the sea or in the city.  The Friday mosque in Gezlev was designed by a famous Ottoman architect Khoja Sinan.

  • Karaite kenesas
  • The complex «Karaite kenesas» was built by the Karaites of Crimea, one of the smallest nations in the world. It includes two sacred buildings (the bigger kenesa for communal prayers and the smaller one), a school, a museum, some memorials etc. There is also «Karaman», a café of Karaite national cuisine.

  • Merchants’ Synagogue of Eupatoria
  • The main Jewish synagogue of Eupatoria is also called Merchants’ synagogue. According to one set of sources, it was built in the first half of 19th century, but other sources mention that it was built in 1890s. It was partly demolished during the Second World War. In 2009 the façade of the synagogue was reconstructed using Jerusalem stone.


  • Monument to S. Duvan
  • This unusual monument appeared in the Theatre square in 2005. S.E. Duvan was the most famous mayor of Eupatoria. In the years of his being the head of the Eupatoria he turned a remote provincial town to an international resort called «Russian Nice».

  • Museum of Postal Service
  • The Museum of Postal Service in Eupatoria displays various photographs illustrating the evolution of postal service in Russia, Crimea, and Eupatoria. 
    The museum was opened on 24.02.2006 in the First post office after the latter was restored. The photograph collection of the museum is very interesting and continues to grow.

  • Museum of Wine
  • The Wine House is a new sight in Eupatoria downtown. A cozy basement houses a small but substantial exhibition on history of wine-making in Crimea in general and Eupatoria in particular. 
    This museum was created to because of high popularity of Crimean wines with the guests of Eupatoria.

  • Museum of World Sculpture and Applied Art
  • One of recent undertakings in the cultural scape of Eupatoria is the new Museum of world sculpture and applied art. 
    The main part of its exhibition is displayed in the open air, so that its visitors could appreciate the sculpture while breathing in the healthy fresh sea air.

  • Pharmacy Museum (Roffe’s Former Sea Pharmacy)
  • The Pharmacy museum of Eupatoria is housed in an old building in Karayeva street. A pharmacist named Roffe built it in 1897 to replace the oldest pharmacy in Crimea that was open here as early as in 1823. Even now you can still see some of the old pharmacy utensils, furniture and equipment in actual use.

  • Roman Catholic Church
  • The Roman Catholic church of Eupatoria is now in service. It was built as early as in 1828 and survived the Soviet times. 
    Presently the Divine Service is performed here twice a week. Every Sunday it is visited by about 60 people. There are more than 100 parishioners.

  • St. Nicholas Cathedral in Eupatoria
  • The Cathedral bearing the name of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker in Eupatoria was founded in the end of 19th century. In Crimea it is second only to the Vladimir Cathedral in Chersonesos by its size, area and height. It is an important part of architecture of Eupatoria and is always shown in the popular guided tour «Minor Jerusalem»

  • Suvorov redoubt
  • The Suvorov redoubt in the Tereshkova quay appeared in 2004. It was built next to the site of former headquarters of the Russian general during his stay in Yevpatoriya. 
    The bust of Suvorov was made by A. Maksimenko, a sculptor from Simferopol, and the ancient cannon was presented by the high command of the Navy of Ukraine.

  • Theater named after Alexander Pushkin
  • Theater named after Alexander Pushkin is an elegant ivory-colored modernist-styled building, which is one of the most famous edifices in Eupatoria. Beside an interesting construction history, this landmark can boast that its stage once admitted Constantin Stanislavski, Feodor Chaliapin, Alexander Vertinsky, and Faina Ranevskaya.

  • Turkish Bathhouse
  • The Turkish bathhouse is among the unique sights of Eupatoria. It is interesting mostly because it has existed here since 16th century. We do not know the name of its architect. 
    The building is notable for its simplicity of forms and elegance. By its design the Turkish Baths in Eupatoria remind of Suleiman’s Baths in Kefe.



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