Around 600,000 people call Khabarovsk in Khabarovsk Krai home.
From here it's 3800 miles (6116 kilometers) to the northwest to Moscow and 480 miles (772 kilometers) to the southeast to Sapporo, Japan.
The World War II Memorial was created as a somber dedication to the struggles and sacrifices of Khabarovsk men and women in times of conflict. Learn about Khabarovsk’s proud military traditions at this important place of remembrance.
Lenin Square and Komsomolskaya Square are the perfect places to relax and take a break from shopping and sightseeing in Khabarovsk. Relax with a coffee, mingle with locals and other visitors, and you’ll soon understand why these spots are so loved by Khabarovsk residents.
The Transfiguration Cathedral is a well-preserved religious building that has a rich history. Visit this heritage site to explore its cultural significance and also to study its design.