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Participants of the rally "Russia" reached the Khabarovsk Territory

Participants of the motor rally "Russia" got to the Khabarovsk Territory, the press service of the governor reports. The head of the region, Vyacheslav Shport, met with the members of the expedition on Lenin Square in the region of the "zero" kilometer of the Chita - Khabarovsk highway.

Khabarovsk became the penultimate point of the route, laid in such a way that the GLONASS tracker would trace the word "Russia" on the map. It is in this sequence that 95 cities and 560 settlements of the country are located. The action ends in Vladivostok.

“One of the objectives of our project is to show that traveling in Russia is possible and necessary. This is a fun and interesting activity. There are quite a few picturesque corners in our country. The most difficult and longest section of the route is the Far East. The last letter “I” is about 6,5 thousand kilometers long, ”said one of the organizers, Sergei Dolya.

The Governor called the project interesting and emphasized that it is a great honor for the Khabarovsk Territory to host its participants. “Our meeting place is significant. The "zero" kilometer of the Chita-Khabarovsk highway is the starting point of the multi-kilometer highway connecting the entire country. It is symbolic that this place has become one of the points of the rally, ”said Vyacheslav Shport.

At each of the stops, the expedition members take pictures of the "hearts" of Russian cities. At 19:00 local time, on Lenin Square, the participants of the rally and the townspeople, holding hands, formed a heart shape. The figure was photographed from a quadcopter helicopter. These pictures will be the first frames in a photographic portrait of Khabarovsk on the new Russian service-search platform Sputnik.

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