There are two most famous places – Khabarovsk Bridge, also known as the Amur Miracle, and the Amur Cliff in the Khabarovsk regional park named after N.N. Muravyev-Amursky. Both these picturesque places are familiar to everyone who has seen a 5-thousand- Russian rouble bill.
The Amur Cliff is one of the most beautiful places in the city, inspiring many painters and singers. Originally this place was used as an observation point to control the river and the border - there is a stunning view from the observation deck where you can see Khabarovsk Bridge.
Khabarovsk Bridge over the Amur River is a real engineering wonder of its time - it used to be the longest bridge in Europe (almost 2600 m long, 64 m high and 25 m wide). The bridge has combined railway and road traffic. In 1908, at the World Exhibition in Paris, the Amur Bridge project was honored with a gold medal, just like the Eiffel Tower.
You can learn about the more than century-old history of the bridge in the Museum of the History of Amur Bridge, which stores many unique exhibits, including the farm of the "royal" bridge, dismantled during the reconstruction.
You can see the bridge in all its glory and enjoy the magnificent scenery not only on land, but also during a boat ride along the Amur.