Khabarovsk Krai

What is Khabarovsk Krai known for?

local brand

their website with neat pictures of the bottles to spot them in the shops. If you haven't yet acquired a taste for vodka, the local (but Heineken owned) Amur-Pivo (Амур-пиво) is not bad. The (Carlsberg owned) competitor Baltika's main local brand is the ДВ (DV) beer, which is also brewed in Khabarovsk. Stay safe Snakes, bears are rare attackers in the wild, lest provoked. More dangerous are infectious ticks which are active most of all in spring. Use spray against ticks. Go next Khabarovsk is the hub for regional air travel with important flights to Russian destinations Anadyr, Irkutsk, Krasnoyarsk, Magadan, Moscow, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Yakutsk, and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, as well as international flights to Niigata, Japan and to Seoul, Korea (South Korea). There are no direct flights to from the US (United States of America). The next major stops to the east on the Trans-Siberian Railway are Ussuriysk and Vladivostok; to the west, Birobidzhan. There is a regular ferry from Vanino (the terminus of the Baikal-Amur Mainline) to Kholmsk, Sakhalin (Sakhalin Oblast). commons:Category:Khabarovsk Krai Wikipedia:Khabarovsk Krai


Nivkhs (Gilyak), an indigenous fishing people speaking an isolate language, live around the Amur river delta as well. Smaller groups indigenous to the area are Negidals (567), Orochs (Oroch people) (686), and Udege (Udege people) (1,657) according to the 2002 census. *Births (2009): 17,573 (12.5 per 1000) *Deaths (2009): 19,115 (13.6 per 1000) http: digital region1 OperInfo Estestvennoe_dvizhenie.htm *Urban Births (2009): 13,612 (12.1 per

;ref name "GallTL" The Nivkh are believed to be the original inhabitants of the region deriving from a proposed Neolithic people migrating from the Transbaikal region during the Late Pleistocene. Fitzhugh, William , and Durbreui pp.39,40 poptime 1,000 (est.) popplace Russia: 686 (2002) (Russian Census (2002)) Khabarovsk Krai: 426 Magadan Oblast: 126 Sakhalin oblast: 42

year creating

orographic moisture is not confined to the warmer months and creates large glaciers in Kamchatka. Labrador, in eastern Canada, is similarly wet throughout the year due to the semi-permanent Icelandic Low and can receive up to that does not melt until June. adm_city_jur_ref adm_ctr_of Khabarovsk Krai, Khabarovsky District, city of krai

record making

in the capital of the Krai. 21 teams are expected, which would be 4 more than the record-making 17 from the 2014 tournament (Bandy World Championship 2014), and the governor thinks the tournament will contribute to making bandy an Olympic discipline. relations * Gyeongsangnam-do , South Korea

fishing people

Nivkhs (Gilyak), an indigenous fishing people speaking an isolate language, live around the Amur river delta as well. Smaller groups indigenous to the area are Negidals (567), Orochs (Oroch people) (686), and Udege (Udege people) (1,657) according to the 2002 census. *Births (2009): 17,573 (12.5 per 1000) *Deaths (2009): 19,115 (13.6 per 1000) http: digital region1 OperInfo Estestvennoe_dvizhenie.htm *Urban Births (2009): 13,612 (12.1 per 1000) *Rural Births (2009): 3,961 (14.5 per 1000) *Urban Deaths (2009): 15,472 (13.7 per 1000) *Rural Deaths (2009): 3,643 (13.3 per 1000) http: digital region1 OsnPokaz Demografiia_naselen.htm The birth rate for 2008 is 5.2% higher than that in 2007, and the death rate is 1.4% lower. Birth rate was recorded at 11.6 for 2007 (11.1 for Urban areas and 13.8 for Rural areas) per 1000 people. The death rate was 14.2 in 2007 (14.3 for Urban areas and 14.0 for Rural areas). Rural locations of Khabarovsk Krai had a positive natural growth of population in 2008 (for the first time in the last 16 years). ;Vital statistics for 2012 *Births: 18 324 (13.6 per 1000) *Deaths: 18 169 (13.5 per 1000) http: free_doc 2012 demo edn12-12.htm '''Total fertility rate: http: wps wcm connect rosstat_main rosstat ru statistics publications catalog doc_1137674209312 ''' 2009 - 1.59 2010 - 1.56 2011 - 1.57 2012 - 1.70 2013 - 1.76(e) Religion commons:Category:Khabarovsk Krai Wikipedia:Khabarovsk Krai

largest natural

as a tributary to it at Khabarovsk ( commons:Category:Khabarovsk Krai Wikipedia:Khabarovsk Krai

natural range

as a tributary to it at Khabarovsk ( . Its waters come from rain (60%), snow (30-35%) and subterranean springs (spring (hydrosphere)). The average discharge is 1,150 m³ s and the average elevation is 1,682 m. Distribution Chum salmon have the largest natural range of any Pacific salmon

production association

of a highly developed military-industrial complex of large-scale aircraft- and shipbuilding enterprises. http: military world russia knaapo.htm The Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association is currently one of among the krai's most successful enterprises, and for years has been the largest taxpayer of the territory. Other major industries include timberworking

distinct species

a distinct species. '''Native''' :''Senecio vulgaris'' is considered to be native to Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Republic of Adygea, Karachay–Cherkess Republic (Karachay–Cherkessia), Kabardino-Balkaria Republic (Kabardino-Balkaria), Republic of North Ossetia–Alania (North Ossetia–Alania), Republic of Ingushetia (Ingushetia), Chechen Republic (Chechnya), Republic of Dagestan, Amur Oblast, Chukotka

extremely high

'''Khabarovsk Krai''' (Russian (Russian phrasebook): Хаба́ровский край, ''khuh-BAH-ruhf-skee krigh'') is a region in the Russian Far East, which borders Amur Oblast to the west, Magadan Oblast to the north, Sakhalin Oblast across the Nevelsky Straits to the east, Primorsky Krai to the southeast, and Birobidzhan and China to the south. thumb 250px Map of Khabarosk Krai (Image:Khabarovsk-krai.png) Cities * Khabarovsk — the capital and major regional center (population 570,000) * Amursk * Komsomolsk-on-Amur — a good sized city that is the steel center of Far Eastern Russia * Okhotsk — First Russian settlement in the Far East (17th Century) and former headquarters of Vitus Bering, discoverer of the Bering Strait and Alaska; located in the region's far north * Nikolaevsk-on-Amur * Vanino * Sovetskaya Gavan * Sikachi-Alyan — a small village of the Nanai people with a museum of local culture, opportunities for fine Nanai dining, and 13000 year old Nanai cliff drawings * Ayan— a village in the north of Krai established by Russian-American Company in 1843 Other destinations *Botchinsky Nature Reserve *Bureinsky Nature Reserve (''Буреинский заповедник''), including the spectacular Bear Lake (''Медвежье озеро'') *Dzhugdzhursky Nature Reserve *Khekhtsirsky Nature Reserve *Komsomolsky Nature Reserve (Komsomolsk-on-Amur#Komsomolsk_Nature_Reserve) *Vladimirovka, located miles and miles away from Komsomolsk, a native village of Negidals. Understand Geography Khabarovsk Krai occupies a long swathe of Russia's Pacific coastline, a full 2000 kilometers of it, going as far south as Sakhalin (Sakhalin Oblast) and north to Magadan Oblast. At nearly 800.000 km², it's Russias fourth largest province. In the north, taiga and tundra prevail, deciduous forests in the south, and swampy forests in the central areas around Nikolaevsk-on-Amur. As a testament to its size there are more than 50 thousand lakes to fish in, more rivers and streams than you would care to count, and several mountain ranges intersect the region, including the northern reaches of the Sikhote-Alin mountains shared with Primorsky krai. The highest point is Mount Bery, towering nearly in fact, three quarters of the area is occupied by mountains and plateaus. Biodiversity The diversity of purely North animals like brown bear and sheer South representatives like Eastern softshell spiny turtle (Trionix) is backed by the legend that God would mix the rest of seeds and animals when somebody told him about missing spot on Earth. One can encounter pine-tree and wild Far-Eastern grape which came definitely from the South. Its blue round berries with sour taste are cultivated in gardens to produce home wine. Like Trionix many species are listed in the Red Book. Culture Japanese director Akira Kurosawa's 1975 film Dersu Uzala, based on a book by Russian explorer Vladimir Arsenyev, describes the friendship of a Russian explorer and his Nanai guide named Dersu Uzala. (Wikipedia) Aboriginal culture within small enclaves across the krai are Nanai, Ulchi, Manchur, Orochi, Udege, Negidal, Nivkhi, Evenki and varies in each settlement. Facts The last Chinese Emperor Pu Yi lived in Khabarovsk from 1945 to 1950.

Khabarovsk Krai

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The indigenous people of the area are various Tungusic peoples (Evenks, Negidals, Ulchs, Nanai (Nani people), Oroch (Oroch people), Udege (Udege people)) and Amur Nivkhs (Nivkh people). Chaussonnet, p.109

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