Недавно построенный микрорайон "Флегонтова" в Хабаровске. Микрорайон возводится на насыпных грунтах в пойме реки Амур. Строительство панельных и монолитно-кирпичных домов ведёт компания "Дальспецстрой". Панорама снята при помощи воздушного змея, с высоты 100..120 метров.
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