Панорама, снятая с высоты воздушного змея в районе перекрёстка ул. Индустриальная - Павла Морозова в Хабаровске. На панораме видно строительство каркаса ледового стадиона для хоккея с мячом. Съёмка велась в феврале 2010 года, ещё не достроен микрорайон по ул. Флегонтова, а на месте нынешнего микрорайона Строитель - только пустыри и частный сектор.

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