Khabarovsk, founded in 1828, is the administrative center of the Khabarovsk Krai and one of the largest cities in the Russian Far East. The city is well known for its 19th-century architecture located in the city center as well as for its natural beauty.
Khabarovsk is a city of military glory, located on the border with China, has a developed infrastructure, and is an important cultural and educational center of the region. The city will be of interest to tourists with its many attractions. The climate of Khabarovsk is sharply continental, and humid, with a lot of sunny days.
Part of the Trans-Siberian Railway. Built in 1916
A must-see place during proms, wedding walks, and other events
Shevchenko st., 15
The tallest building in the city, an Orthodox cathedral built in 2001–2004
Turgeneva st., 24
Location with a large number of architectural monuments