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Construction began in 1828, however, it was suspended in June 1831 before the building has risen from its foundations.This may have been because the principal architect Harrison had died the previous year and Boffo working alone may not have been an option – his alterations to Harrison's plans for the Governor's residence in Odessa had been unfavourably received.
An Anglicised interpretation of Islamic architecture is exemplified by the Brighton Royal Pavilion, completed in 1823, and the Sezincote House, completed a few years earlier.
In 1824, the architect Philip Elson was commissioned to build a small house for the Vorontsov family to inhabit while the new palace was under construction.
Now much altered in form, and known as the Asiatic Pavilion, this building still stands.
According to Filipp Vigel, the viceroy's court in Odessa looked like a "small capital of an imperial fürst".
While many Neoclassical buildings appeared in Odessa, the Crimea (or Taurica, as it was then better known) was still perceived as a wild, exotic hinterland.