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Komsomolskaya Square In Khabarovsk
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This 360 panorama features stunning aerial view over riverside of the Khabarovsk city - the capital of Russian Far East. The city's historical and cultural heart beats here. There are many attractions in this part of city visited by thousands of tourists each year.

Several museums and art galleries, monuments, WW2 memorial complex, large sport complex, beautiful quay with spectacular river views are attracting citizens and city's guests throughout the year. Several churches seen on the panorama are Russian Orthodox - major religion in Russia.
This is also a place the city started from in 1858 as a small military post on the bank of the great Amur river.
The city's fortunate location on major transportation routes and proximity to the border with China secured its rapid development. Nowadays Khabarovsk is a significant transportation center of the Russian Far East. It has a river port and one of the largest cargo railway stations in Russia. It also stands on the Trans-Siberian railway route.
The last census (2010) has shown the population of 577 668.

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Copyright: Mikhail Muryy
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20000x10000
送信日: 17/11/2011
更新日: 13/10/2014
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Tags: khabarovsk; aerial; kite; kap; amur
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