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The sights of the city of Khabarovsk
Khabarovsk is an economic and cultural center of the Far East (over 600,000 inhabitants), in which there are factories, universities and scientific institutes. The city is located at the confluence of the Amur and Ussuri rivers, 30 km from the border with China. The story of Khabarovsk began in 1858 when the countries of China and Russia agreed that the left bank of the Amur would belong to the Russian Empire. In the same year a military settlement was established. The city was given the name of the 17th century Russian explorer Yerofey Khabarovsk. In 1916 the construction of the legendary Trans-Siberian Railway in Khabarovsk was completed because the railway bridge over the Amur had just been completed at that time. The railway bridge over the Amur is a real architectural wonder. The construction of the three kilometer long bridge is of inestimable economic importance for Khabarovsk and Russia. The Khabarovsk Bridge can also be seen on the reverse of the Russian 5,000 ruble banknote. Since Khabarovsk is located on a river, you can walk on the Amur cliff along the Amur promenade and enjoy the beautiful view there. The Amur cliff plays a huge role in the history of the city, far with the occupation of the cliff the history of the city began. The local history museum is located on the banks of the Amur and provides information about the nature and flora of the Far East and the history of the peoples of the Amur region.

Komsomol Square is the city's main square, home to the Assumption Cathedral, which was destroyed in the time of the Patriotic War and subsequently rebuilt. In the center of the square is a 22-meter-high monument to the heroes of the civil war 1918-1922. The youngest square in the city is the place of honor. It used to be the territory of the outskirts where the houses of Chinese traders were located. Today in the center of the square stands the monumental Savior Transfiguration Cathedral, which is the third in Russia in height (the first place has the Temple of Christ the Savior in Moscow, the second place - the Isaac Cathedral in Saint-Petersburg). To the right of the cathedral is the mass media building. On the 40th anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War, a memorial was erected dedicated to the residents of the Khabarovsk region who fell on the fronts of the Great Patriotic War. The Khabarovsk city ponds are a cascade of three ponds, which are separated from each other by dykes with footpaths and access roads for motor vehicles. The music and illumination fountains are also installed here. At the lower pond are steles of the twin cities of the city of Khabarovsk as well as sculptures of the characters from the Russian cartoon "The Bremen Musicians". In the center of Khabarovsk there is the largest and most beautiful main square called V. I. Lenin. There used to be a taiga at this point. Over time, the forest was cut down and a municipal cemetery was made in the place of the square. Over time, the cemetery was closed and the square was named Nikolay in honor of the Russian Emperor Nikolay II. Today the building of the government of the Khabarovsk region, the medical school, the public service academy, etc.

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