A general overview of Khabarovsk, Russia, including its city districts and neighborhoods. Vectormap.Net provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date vector maps in Adobe Illustrator, PDF and other formats, designed for editing and printing. Please read the vector map descriptions carefully.
Khabarovsk is one of the largest cities in the Russian Far East, located near the Chinese border. The city is the administrative center of Khabarovsk Krai. Here are some key districts and neighborhoods in Khabarovsk:
- Central District (Tsentralny Rayon): This is the heart of Khabarovsk, where you’ll find the city’s administrative and cultural institutions. The central area includes Lenin Square, the regional government buildings, theaters, and museums. The district is known for its lively atmosphere, shopping centers, and historical landmarks.
- Leninsky District: Located to the south of the city center, Leninsky District is a residential area with a mix of apartment buildings and private houses. It is a quieter part of the city with parks and recreational areas.
- Railway District (Zheleznodorozhny Rayon): As the name suggests, this district is connected to the railway infrastructure. It is an industrial area with a mix of residential and commercial zones.
- Industrialny District: This district is primarily industrial and includes manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and other industrial infrastructure.
- Sverdlovsk District: Situated in the northwest part of the city, Sverdlovsk District is a residential area with schools, parks, and various amenities. It is known for its suburban feel and green spaces.
- Kirovsky District: This district is located to the northeast of the city center and is a mix of residential and industrial areas. It has its own set of schools, shopping centers, and parks.
- Krasnoflotsky District: Situated along the Amur River, this district has a mix of residential and industrial zones. It is notable for its proximity to the waterfront.
- Khabarovsk Suburbs: Beyond the city limits, there are suburban areas with dachas (country houses) and more relaxed living environments.
It’s important to keep in mind that cities evolve, and new developments may have occurred since my last update. For the most current and detailed information, I recommend checking local sources, city websites, or contacting local authorities in Khabarovsk.