It’s hot in summer, but winter temperatures give it the unglamorous title of ‘world’s coldest city of over half a million people.’ A dazzling display of ice sculptures occupy central pl Lenina from January until the spring thaw. Khabarovsk’s City Day is a good time to visit – it’s 31 May, or the closest Saturday.
Khabarovsk Bridge as well as and the cliff and the monument to Muraviev-Amursky are depicted on the Russian note of 5,000 rubles.
The Local Lore Museum
The Local Lore Museum of Khabarovsk is one of the best museums in Russian Federation. It dates back to the 19th century. In 1900 in Paris the Local Lore Museum recieved the Gold medal for its exhibits. Now the museum has got more than 70000 exhibits producing flora and fauna, the history of the territory telling about the development of the Far East. At the Local Lore Museum you're acquinted with the territory's bounteous nature, with its past and present. This museum includes precious stones and metals, exhibits of animals, insects, birds, mammals, amphibians, river and sea life and fossils.
It is a new circus which has been constructed couple years ago. It's a surprising place where dreams of small city dwellers of Khabarovsk come true. Each month circus actors from all over Russia come to Khabarovsk with new performances. There were some performances of China circus. It's a wonderful world of animal (lions, tigers, dogs, cats, monkeys, parrots, horses, bears, etc.), clowns, illusionists and acrobats.