Khabarovsk City – Russian Far East Capital in the 80s

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Vintage photos of Khabarovsk city of the 80s. This nice city is still rather attractive and hospitable.

In 2008 Khabarovsk became a winner of the All-Russian competition “The most well-planned city of Russia” in the nomination “The city with population over 500 thousand citizens”.

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“Okean” fish store has been closed some years ago, it gave place to an appliance store “V-Lazer”. Instead of “Neptun” cafe now here’s a store of construction materials “Stroyka”.

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Muravyov-Amursky Street named after the city founder.

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Such ice-cream is still sold.

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Unfortunately so beloved in the past ice-cream “Morozko” remained there … in the past. But now the choice of ice-cream is still very good.

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“Almaz” jewelry store is still in its place – in the central Muravyov-Amursky Street. Though the street itself has become only more beautiful.

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