Khabarovsk enthusiasts have been trying to find a treasure for almost a century, buried by a wealthy Chinese (according to a legend) near the house #55, on Komsomolskaya Street. The rich man was killed and took the secret of his treasures to the grave.
Khabarovsk repeatedly took first place in the ranking of the most comfortable cities in Russia. In honor of this city there is a picture of Khabarovsk on the largest Russian banknote (5000 Rubles). The bridge over the Amur River near Khabarovsk was the longest bridge in Europe for a long time, with the length of 2.6 kilometers.
"Platinum Arena" is a well-known sports and entertainment complex in Khabarovsk, built for large competitions, concerts, festivals, matches of the Russian championship and international competitions. Arena Yerofey is the largest and capacious indoor bandy stadium in the world, which seats 10,000 spectators. The stadium is also designed for competitions in figure skating, speed skating, curling, and football (it is possible to lay an artificial lawn on top of the ice). Up to 250 people can play sports in the arena at the same time.
The Local Lore Museum