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Khabarovsk on Japanese postcards: panorama 1920 year

Khabarovsk on Japanese postcards: panorama 1920 year

The only complete circular panorama of Khabarovsk in the first half of the 20th century. We are compelled, paradoxically, to thank the Japanese interventionists who carried out a unique photo shoot from the observatory site of the Khabarovsk real school in 1920.

In the photo above - Freedom Square (former Nikolayevskaya and Republican, future of Stalin and Lenin). At the point of departure of the prospect of ul. Muraviev-Amur (Big) - the bell tower of the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin (1886). The absence of a dome on the building of the theater-illusion AA. The dead, destroyed by Japanese artillery 5 April 1920, helped to determine the date of the shooting.

Here the postal and telegraph office (1903) with the parked at the entrance "Buick". On the same line with her, Nikolaev city three-class school (1897). Stylish white building - one of the lucrative houses of G.G. Luhta. In the foreground on the square is a fundamental reference.


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