Khabarovsk, attractions

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Monument to Erofei Pavlovich Khabarov
Monument to Erofei Pavlovich Khabarov on the Railway Station Square. Sculptor A. Milchin. It was established in 1958, in the centenary of the city. In the fog, the sculpture of a Cossack, traveler and adventurer, emanating from these places in the 17th century, looks mystical and majestic.

Railway station Khabarovsk

The railway station of Khabarovsk, 1966. As a result of the reconstruction, which lasted from 2000 to 2007, the building acquired a new architectural look in the style of Russian Art Nouveau.

Former Primary Parish School
Former primary parish school, 71 Leningradskaya St.

Take a walk around the city! The main thing is not to break the legs.

Former water tower
Former water tower, Khabarovsk, Moscow street, 2a. The building of the beginning of the XX century, now in the tower cafes open one by one, but they do not work for long.

Monument to Pushkin
Monument to Pushkin, Khabarovsk, near the Pedagogical Institute of the Pacific State University (68 Karl Marx St.). Installed in 1950.

Monuments and sculptures of Khabarovsk as a separate note.

Administration of Khabarovsk
Administration of Khabarovsk and City Council, street. Karl Marx, 66.

Dynamo Park
Dynamo Park

Dynamo Park

Dynamo Park is well-maintained and has many interesting sculptures of heroes of Soviet cartoons.

Apartment building V.V. Petrenko
Former Profitable House V.V. Petrenko, street. Pushkin, 38a.

Former apartment building of P. T. Denisov

Former apartment building of P. T. Denisov, Khabarovsk, street. Frunze, 50 (formerly Protodyakonovskaya).

Khabarovsk synagogue
Khabarovsk synagogue Beit Chabad, Khabarovsk, street. Frunze, 45. Taki is a very tricky location!
The synagogue is, as it were, in the back of the yard and is not particularly visible from the street.

An interesting fact: in Khabarovsk, the largest Jewish religious community in the Far East.

Apartment building A. Mustakhitdinova

Former apartment building of A. Mustakhitdinov, 1908. Khabarovsk, Ussuri Blvd., 9.

Apartment building A. Mustakhitdinova

Old wooden house
Old wooden house.

River Station
River Station. On Ussuriysky Boulevard we went down from the railway station to Amur.

Khabarovsk embankment to them. G. I. Nevelskogo
Khabarovsk embankment to them. G.I. Nevelsky is excellent.

Amur boat
Boat on the Amur.

Pleasure boat

Amur River and moored pleasure boat.

Monument to N.P. Zadornov
Monument to N.P. Zadornov, Russian writer. Khabarovsk, Amur embankment.

Khabarovsk cat
Khabarovsk cat and tourists from China.

Amur view
View of the Amur, in the foreground - Khabarovsk Regional Park. N. N. Muravyov-Amursky.

Closed staircase for repair
One of the stairs leading from the embankment to Komsomolskaya Square is closed for repairs and something is not noticeable that it will be repaired. He climbed the next staircase.

Descent to the embankment
Descent to the embankment and the Amur River.

Descent to the embankment

Cathedral of the Assumption of the Mother of God of Khabarovsk
Gradno-Khabarovsk Cathedral of the Assumption of the Mother of God on Cathedral Square in Khabarovsk. The former cathedral almost at this place (built in 1886 ) in 1930 was blown up and demolished into bricks. The grave of A.N. Korf (the first Amur governor-general), which was in the cathedral, was destroyed. The current cathedral was built in 2002, although the square retained the name Komsomolskaya, its part around the cathedral is called the Cathedral.

Monument to the heroes of the civil war in the Far East
Monument to the heroes of the civil war in the Far East 1918 - 1922. Khabarovsk, Komsomolskaya Square.

Sculptor A.P. Faydysh-Krandievsky, architect M.O. Barshch.
The monument was inaugurated on October 26, 1956. At the foot of the stele there are three three-meter figures: partisans in a sheepskin sheepskin coat with a Maxim machine gun, a commissar and a Red Guard with a rifle and an unfolded Soviet banner.

On the side of the pedestal are the words from the song “Along the valleys and on the hills”:
"And they will remain as in a fairy tale,
Like beckoning lights
The assault nights of Spassk,
Volochaev days... ".

Apartment building Khlebnikovs
The Khlebnikovs apartment building - built in 1891. On the left is Muravyov-Amursky Street and several other old mansions - the former Public Assembly, the apartment building of Krovyakov, the former Esplanad Hotel.

Trading house of merchants of the Plyusnins brothers
Trading house of merchants of the Plyusnins brothers - the building was built in 1902, a monument of architecture. Khabarovsk, st. Turgenev, 72.

Since 1894, there was a tradition according to which a shot was fired at exactly noon on Sobornaya (Komsomolskaya) Square. They stopped shooting at the square when this building was completed with a tower clock on the facade. It is noteworthy that there are still iron mechanisms on the windows for raising the blinds installed during the construction of the house.

Observation deck
Observation deck

Observation deck, Amur view
Two consecutive obscure purposes and dubious appearance of the structure.

Military History Museum of the Red Banner Far Eastern Military District
The Military History Museum of the Red Banner Eastern (Far Eastern) Military District, the former State Bank. Khabarovsk, st. Shevchenko, 20.

Former state bank

The former Nikolaev library
The former Nikolaev library of the Amur department of the Russian Geographical Society, the first public library of the city.

The original one-story building of 1891 (the middle part of the building) was built as a house for war invalids, caring for the monument to Count N. N. Muravyov-Amursky installed in the same year.
Khabarovsk, st. Shevchenko, 9.

Monument to the founder of Khabarovsk, captain Yakov Dyachenko
The monument to the founder of Khabarovsk, captain Yakov Dyachenko, like the monument to Khabarov, has no portrait resemblance, because It is not known how the officer looked.

Captain Yakov Vasilievich Dyachenko - commander of the 13th Line Battalion, on the orders of Count N. N. Muravyov-Amursky founded the military post of Khabarovka.

The grand opening took place on May 30, 2008 - the very eve of the 150th anniversary of Khabarovsk.

Khabarovsk Regional Museum named after N. I. Grodekov
Khabarovsk Regional Museum named after N. I. Grodekov. The first public building of the city.

Antique guns
Antique guns

Ancient tools near the museum of local lore

Exposition of Soviet sculptures
Exposition of Soviet sculptures near the local history museum of Khabarovsk. Mostly park typical gypsum garden sculptures.

House of the guard of the monument to Count N. N. Muravyov-Amursky
The guardhouse of the monument to Count N.N. Muravyov-Amursky, 1891.

Amur cliff
Amursky cliff, the building of the former rescue station ( 1943 ).

Commemorative plaque of Kim Jong Il's visit
Commemorative plaque on the visit of Kim Jong Il. Well, so-so great event, in my opinion.

Monument to Count Nikolai Nikolayevich Muravyov-Amursky
Monument to Count Nikolai Nikolayevich Muravyov-Amursky at the Amursky cliff. Originally opened in 1891. During the years of Soviet power in the 1930s, the monument was demolished.

In 1992, the monument to N. N. Muravyov-Amursky was restored to its former place. Surprisingly, the guns are genuine, made in the Urals in 1803 at the Kameza factory and were originally part of the monument.

Sculptural composition "We choose life!"
The sculptural composition “We choose life!”, A man’s shoe and a woman’s shoe trample packs of cigarettes. Khabarovsk, the beginning of the Amur Boulevard.

Sculptural composition “Balalaika and Lute”
Sculptural composition “Balalaika and Lute”, Khabarovsk, Amur Boulevard.

Sculptural composition in honor of the 20th anniversary of the establishment of twinning relations between the cities of Khabarovsk and Harbin.
The sculptural composition presents the Russian national musical instrument - the balalaika and the Chinese - the pipa lute.
The composition was donated by the People's Government of Harbin in 2014.

Khabarovsk Tram
Khabarovsk Tram RVZ-6M2 (Riga Carriage Building Plant). In Moscow, such trams can only be found on tram parades, and in Khabarovsk this "old man", produced from the 1960s to 1987, is still in service.

Sculpture "Lady with a dog"
The sculpture "Lady with the Dog", Khabarovsk, Amur Boulevard. Perhaps the most pleasant sculpture of the city.

station Square
Station square and Khabarovsk station were reconstructed to mark the 150th anniversary of the city ( 2008 ).

Obelisk in honor of the soldiers-builders of the Ussuri railway
The obelisk in honor of the soldier-builders of the Ussuri railway, in 1900 it was the first monument of the city. The stela was badly damaged during the shelling by the Japanese troops of the station and the monument collapsed by the arrival of Soviet power. This is a restored modern copy.

Arcade gate at the entrance to the stadium
Arcade gate at the entrance to the territory of the stadium. Lenin.

TRP sign
This masterpiece of Tajik restoration must be preserved for posterity. So fanatically painted all 4 characters on each column. Those who wish can google how the TRP sign should look and how these signs looked at the gate at the beginning of Amursky Boulevard in Khabarovsk.

Sports complex of the Khabarovsk Regional Sports Center
Sports complex of the Khabarovsk Regional Sports Center.

Benches and swings
Suddenly it turned out that Khabarovsk had the best benches in Russia. And with canopies, and some in the form of a swing!


Sidewalk on Amursky Boulevard
Sidewalk on Amursky Boulevard.

Sidewalk on Amursky Boulevard
I went in anti-torpedo tack towards the railway station.

About pigeons
About the pigeons.

The main attractions of Khabarovsk are concentrated on the Amur and Ussuri boulevards, the city park / Dynamo Park, the Amur embankment. The boulevards, like the embankment, were once well-maintained, but it would be nice to restore what was and improve what is.


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