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     Khabarovsk was founded as the military outpost in 1858 and named after a Russian explorer Yerofey Khabarov. The post later became an important industrial centre for the region.
    The city lies at the confluence of the Amur and Ussuri Rivers, about 800 kilometers north of Vladivostok. Khabarovsk is accessible from Vladivostok by an overnight train (the fastest and most comfortable one is “Okean” (means Ocean), it takes about 12 hours) running along the Trans-Siberian railway. Rail distance from Moscow is 8,523 kilometers.
     In 1894, a department of Russian Geographical Society was formed in Khabarovsk and began search about local geography and history. The results of their activity has been well-preserved in the Regional Lore Museum and Natural History Museum. One of the findings are near the Nanai settlement of Sikhachi-Alyan, where have been found the cliff drawings painted more than 1,300 years ago. The Khabarovsk Art Museum exhibits a rare collection of old Russian icons and original masterpieces of famous artists like Aivazovsky and others.
    Visitors to the charming Khabarovsk are likely to enjoy walking the broad Amursky Boulevard with its many vibrant shops and visiting the local market. The city's five districts stretch along the Amur River for about 45 km.
    Recently, there have been many renovations and reconstructions in the city's central part, rebuilding with historical perspective. A popular attraction for visitors is a walking tour from the Lenin Square to Utes via Muravyov-Amursky Street, where visitors can find traditional Russian cuisine restaurants and souvenir shops. There are many night clubs and pubs in this area.

 Sightseeing spots of Khabarovsk

- Big Khekhtsir State Reserve – this national park just outside Khabarovsk became the home to such rare animals as Himalayan black bear and Amur tiger. Here is a rich diversity of conifers and hardwoods comprises Manchur lime, Mongolian oak, Amour cork tree, Korean pine, wild grape and Chinese schizandra.

- Petroglyphs, ancient stone carving. You can see more than 300 images depicting animals , birds and anthropomorphous masks, carved on a mass of basalt with the ancient stone instruments; the earliest dated as Neolothic, 7000-6000 BC.

- Wild Animals Rehabilitation Center. The center is a great place to watch Amur tigers, lynx, black and brown bears, noble deer, elk, sika deer, fox and raccoon.

- Sikhachi-Alyan village. See and experience day-to-day life of Nanai people living in the small village. Visit their tiny museum to learn about the history and culture of their ancestors.

- Troitskoe town. From small village it grew into an administrative center of   Nanai district.

- the Lore museum offers an insight into the different cultures of the Amur people.

- the Sikhoten –Alin Nature Reserve – is the largest reserve here. Brown  and black bears, elk, moose, serow, wild boar, Amur tigers. The tourists have a chance to take photos of rare animal species, to see prehistoric archeological sites and 35 meters (115 foot) high the Amgu River waterfall.

- Amur river Cruise (5 or 10 days)  it's not offered temporary

- VIP fishing and rafting on Uda, Nimelen, Maya, Bichi, Koppi and Hutu Rivers. Eighty-five species of fish live in the Amur River: only the Mississippi and the Amazon are more diverse in terms of fish species. The opportunities for fishing here are truly outstanding.


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