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Khabarovsk on Japanese postcards: panorama 1920 year
The only complete circular panorama of Khabarovsk in the first half of the XX century. We are forced - paradoxical as it may sound - to thank the Japanese invaders who took a unique photograph from the observation platform of the Khabarovsk Real School in 1920.
Here is the post and telegraph office (1903) with a Buick parked at the entrance. On the same line with her Nikolaev city three-year school (1897). The stylish white building is one of G.G. Luhta. In the foreground on the square is a fundamental benchmark.