Khabarovsk Museum of Regional Studies

The Khabarovsk Museum of Regional Studies after N. I. Grodekov is one of the oldest museums in the Far East. It was founded on April 19, 1894. The present building of the museum was finished in 1900, and a 6100-kg stone turtle of Juchen was installed in front of the museum. The museum offers several permanent expositions of nature and history of the pre-Soviet and Soviet period. It has unique exhibits of the world value. Besides, you can see a collection of rocks, minerals and petrified remains of flora and fauna in the museum.
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